Episode 30: FUEL– A Proven Framework For Coaching

The 90th Percentile: An Unconventional Leadership Podcast

Published: April 27, 2021


Coaching conversations are worth planning. They take up valuable time for both parties, so that time should be put to its most efficient use. A good coaching conversation can improve relationships, performance, motivation, and results. In this episode, we discuss a proven framework for coaching conversations to guide leaders effectively through the process.

Guest Bio:

Kathleen Stinnett brings over 25 years of experience working with individuals and organizations to improve performance and fulfillment, creating sustainable change and results. A popular speaker, author, and facilitator, Kathleen coaches leaders at all levels to understand and improve their personal leadership effectiveness. She co-authored The Extraordinary Coach: How the Best Leaders Help Others Grow and served on the faculty of the Hudson Institute of Coaching for 17 years. Kathleen received her Master Certified Coach (MCC) credential from the International Coach Federation in 2005, a Certificate in Coaching Supervision from Ashridge University in 2014, and a Certificate in Applied Positive Psychology in 2015. She holds her B.S. in business and an M.S. in Occupational Education.

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Additional Resources:

Bringing Science to the Art of Coaching A whitepaper designed to help every kind of professional coach, the authors offer some useful tips on how to make the most of every coaching session.

The Extraordinary Coach: How The Best Leaders Help Others Grow  The Bestselling book that offers worksheets, checklists, sample questions, and the latest research findings to provide a full-immersion course on becoming the kind of coach that brings dramatic change to an organization.

Coaching and Feedback  Learn more about Zenger Folkman’s coaching programs and assessments.