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The Internal Career Coach: The Employee Who’s Afraid to Talk to the Boss

A group of career coaching colleagues and I had a discussion recently about what prevents employees from being proactive about managing their careers with their current employer. One theme that surfaced quickly was… The employee’s fear of talking to the … Continue reading

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The Internal Career Coach: How to Coach a Manager with Low EQ

I just got off the phone with an internal coach who is coaching a manager who has low EQ. You’ve probably come across this type of manager—the financial superstar who is bottom-line oriented and therefore gets promoted but has yet-to-be-developed … Continue reading

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Why We Shouldn’t Say I Should

The brain is a sentry, always looking out for danger or oddities in our environment. Danger doesn’t just mean physical threats. It can also mean emotional or intellectual threats. And once a threat is perceived, our autonomic nervous system kicks … Continue reading

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