Claire and her guest, Brian Dobbs, discuss what it takes to find a coach and how to maximize the impact this person can have on you and your organization.
Brian Dobbs is a professional speaker and business coach, who cut his teeth in the ministry. His company, Relavate, works with business-to-business and business-to-consumer organizations to help them find direction and establish continuity.
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