Think Like A Coach

By: James Paquette – Co-Founder / Owner

Imagine that you have just landed your dream job and you finally feel that you can focus on your career.  You meet the team and the first few weeks fly by. After training you find yourself struggling and request a meeting with the manager. The manager can choose to either coach this person or react in a way that discourages them. This scenario is a common workplace issue that occurs when hiring new talent. Training is critical to the individual’s success – follow up must occur for the entire duration of the team member’s tenure.

In less than one month, Reliance One is dedicating a whole day to Manager Training. In the end, our employees will be focusing on these key attributes of being a good coach. “You don’t win with X’s and O’s. What you win with is people.” Joe Gibbs

  • Be empathetic to those around you
  • Be selfless by putting your team first
  • Be a good communicator
  • Listen to your team for advice – you are not all-knowing
  • Define a realistic career path for your team members


Many people are placed into a management role because they have demonstrated great performance. We must shift that dynamic and help them to become a successful manager by providing them the right coaching and training. People are the foundation of our business and they need to know that we care.

Reliance One Inc. is a minority-owned, MMSDC-certified staffing corporation headquartered in Michigan with offices in Lisle, Illinois and Irving, Texas. Reliance One is focused on matching the ideal professional to a client’s specific needs for both long-term, short-term, or project based positions (including temporary, temporary to direct, or direct). Our sales and recruiting teams can be reached at 248-922-4500 or


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