Coaching Women in the Workplace: Different than Coaching Men?
Posted On March 18, 2019
Lisa Marston has won at every level of volleyball she’s coached and she’s been at it over twenty years. She’s found a method for working with her players that has proven repeatedly successful. I ask her about coaching women, what lessons we can take to the workplace, and what would surprise people in the workplace who have females on their team. Full Disclosure: Lisa’s my wife.
We then meet Karen Novak, the Chief Operating Officer of Advisor Solutions at BNY Mellon | Pershing who has been a mentor and role model of women for years. Karen offers her insight on female competitiveness and advice for both male coaches and female employees.