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How TAG Leadership Coaching Can Help You Succeed (Video)

October 17, 2016

At the heart of what we do at TAG is executive and leadership coaching. Our approach is highly personalized, and builds on the strengths of the leader being coached. Our goal is to become a trusted adviser offering perspective and counsel that strengthens both the leader and the team. At the end of the day, we care more about you as a leader than we care about the role you fill.

In this video, expert TAG coach Shane Roberson explains how working with a TAG coach can help you succeed as a leader.


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Welcome To The TAG Coaching Process (Video)

October 4, 2016

One of the most important things we do at TAG is coach leaders. Whatever your field of endeavor, we craft highly personalized and thoroughly relational paths of growth, change, and success. Here’s a behind the scenes look at the TAG leadership coaching process from one of our finest coaches – Shane Roberson.


Welcome to TAG Coaching Clients! from TAG Consulting on Vimeo.

To find out more about TAG coaching opportunities, click here!

How To Discover Your Team’s Talent

January 7, 2016

Each of our clients works with an unbelievably talented team. But they don’t always know it!

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In our book Your Intentional Difference: One Word Changes Everything, (written by Ken Tucker, Shane Roberson, and Todd Hahn) we talk at length about the concept of prevailing talent, which we define as “your spontaneous, observable, reliable, and measurable patterns of thinking, feeling, and behaving,”

Here is an exercise we use to help teams understand their prevailing talent as individuals and as a whole and how great it is to spend most of your time using your talent. We call it the Energy Exercise.

First, think about the last time you went home at the end of a day energized and full of life. Ask yourself two questions:
1. What had you done that day?
2. What particular and individual talents had you tapped into that day in your life and work?

Now, turn the question on its head. When was the last time you finished a day drained, exhausted, maybe even a little depressed? Ask yourself three questions:
1. What had you done that day?
2. What particular and individual talents that you have were you tapping into that day?
3. What particular and individual talents that you have were you NOT tapping into that day?

Consider asking this question on a widespread basis – maybe in one on one meetings or as part of a group exercise. You will begin to energize your culture and unearth ways to get people living in their prevailing talent!