Category Archives: Leadership Coaching Tips

How to (Literally) Create Good Coaching Chemistry

It is life-changing to have someone in your life who “gets you.” Someone who sees you and understands you and believes in you. Tom Rath, in his book, Vital Friends, studied homelessness and was curious about what allowed some people … Continue reading

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Coaching Strategies for the Employee Who is Not Ready for Promotion (But Thinks He/She Is)

If you’re coaching employees within your organization who want to get promoted yet aren’t quite ready to get promoted, what do you do? The situation may stem from an employee who is a Millennial that wants to see promotions happen … Continue reading

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What Do You NOT Want this Year?

The start of a new year is an opportunity to clarify what you want. You probably gave some thought to goals, and there are some who probably went so far as to commit them to paper and share them with … Continue reading

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Be Strengthened by a Mighty Heart

We say that people who do amazing feats (like ice-climbing) are brave and courageous. Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr. uses the phrase “a mighty heart.” When you experience the sensation of an upspiral—that sense of optimism, possibility, hope, strength—you create a … Continue reading

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