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Coaching should be for everyone with Dr. Victor McGuire

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Coaching should be for everyone with Dr. Victor McGuire

In this episode of People at Work, Dr. Victor McGuire discusses coaching and shares the inspiration and mission behind Coaching for Everyone.

After years of being a coach, Victor Mcguire saw first-hand the positive impact that coaching could have on individuals. But he also saw an opportunity gap and wondered how the lives of those from traditionally under-resourced communities would be affected if they received the same type of coaching as some of the top employees in Fortune 100 companies. That’s what led Victor to create Coaching for Everyone.

Coaching for Everyone is on a mission to offer complimentary coaching and leadership support to traditionally underserved and under-resourced Black, Latinx, and Indigenous populations. They’re also striving to offer coaching fellowships to working BIPOC professionals interested in becoming a certified coach.

I had the opportunity to chat with Victor about this mission and he also shared some great coaching tips along the way.

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“What would it be like if we were to offer this level and type of coaching to underrepresented or under-resourced groups”

Dr. Victor McGuire

Founder, Coaching for Everyone
 

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Dr. Victor McGuire has 30 years of leadership development experience within a variety of sectors and age groups. He is a Certified Professional Coach and Certified Strengths Coach, a facilitator, and speaker. Victor has a proven record of inspiring and transforming individuals and teams, tangibly impacting the overall workplace culture for multiple organizations. When he’s not activating the potential of others, he enjoys a great meal with his wife and chasing that little white ball around on the golf course

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