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Your Brain on Questions: Curiosity or Quiz?

Consider these two types of questions when it comes to talking with your colleagues, employees, managers, friends, and more. Each type of question has a very different impact on how our brains respond! Invite Curiosity Questions: Open ended. Starts with … Continue reading

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3 Things Employees Never Want to Hear from their Internal Career Coach

Do you coach employees who want to get promoted…but aren’t? Frustration, anger, confusion, worry can begin to plague the employee. When people are experiencing these emotions, there are a few things they do NOT want to hear! Such as, “Just … Continue reading

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Job Search Strategy-Balancing Mindset & Mechanics

Got coaching skills? And now looking for more mechanics?! At The Academies, I’ve stressed the importance of balancing the M&Ms—the Mindset & Mechanics—in order to accomplish goals:      Mechanics = developing and executing great strategies.      Mindset = thinking and … Continue reading

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Anatomy of an Insight From Rattled to Receiving

Ever struggle with needing an answer to a perplexing situation? As coaches, we love those moments when we (or our clients) have those “ah ha” moments. Unfortunately, it’s difficult to have “ah ha” moments in the presence of stress. In … Continue reading

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