I often work with clients who find themselves stuck when thinking about what’s next for them – just as one might be stuck when thinking about a big vacation.
As coach and author Mary Beth O’Neill describes in her book, Executive Coaching with Backbone and Heart: A Systems Approach to Engaging Leaders with Their Challenges, a coaching engagement “is a continual dance of balancing backbone and heart,” requiring coaches to speak not only with kindness, but also truthfully and courageously.
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What sets today’s iconic companies and organizations apart from others? According to recent research, it’s the strategic imagination of their founders and leaders.
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Executive, business, and leadership coaching has evolved significantly over the past ten years, growing to a $12 billion dollar industry. So, what’s in store for the next ten years? Here are four trends to watch.
Your goal as a leader is first to be respected, not liked. If you are Kind, Clear, Fair, and Firm, your team and staff will trust and respect you, and they will ultimately like you too.
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While sensitivities about cross-gender mentoring relationships are not new, the #MeToo and Time’s Up movements have sparked stronger feelings of caution in some men who worry that it may be too risky now to mentor women.
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