Getting Your Ideas Accepted

Getting Your Ideas Accepted

Whether leading others or leading your own life there are two primary paths you can take. You either spend most of your time reacting to circumstances, acting mostly out of habit and at the effect of what others want of you (the drift) OR you are conscious and purposeful in designing how you spend your time, and with whom, as a reflection of what matters most to you (the design).

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Women, Power And That Thing We Do

Women, Power And That Thing We Do

Whether leading others or leading your own life there are two primary paths you can take. You either spend most of your time reacting to circumstances, acting mostly out of habit and at the effect of what others want of you (the drift) OR you are conscious and purposeful in designing how you spend your time, and with whom, as a reflection of what matters most to you (the design).

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Life…by Drift or Design

Life…by Drift or Design

Whether leading others or leading your own life there are two primary paths you can take. You either spend most of your time reacting to circumstances, acting mostly out of habit and at the effect of what others want of you (the drift) OR you are conscious and purposeful in designing how you spend your time, and with whom, as a reflection of what matters most to you (the design).

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Great Leadership Begins with Coaching

As a leader, one of your greatest opportunities (and challenges) is to produce sustainable, exceptional performance in those you lead and manage. To do this, you must foster — in others — the abilities to make good decisions, take effective actions, build strong...

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Living Satisfied in an Insatiable World

Are you satisfied? If you didn’t answer yes, don’t dismay. For the most part we human beings don’t do ‘satisfied’ very well. Soon after we get the thing we wanted, we start wanting something else. We start thinking that something else is missing or needed in order for...

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Maybe It IS Your Fault!

I recently met with a new coaching client, a leader of an NGO, to better understand her leadership challenges. I had been asked by her Board to support her in hitting the goals and milestones she had been repeatedly missing in the past year. The conversation ended up...

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How to Be Satisfied in an Insatiable World

It seems that our inability to be satisfied is also accompanied by a pervasive story that we aren’t enough, don’t have enough or haven’t done enough. For the most part, we human beings don’t do “satisfied” very well. With awareness and practice, you can learn to dance to your own tune and drown out the message that you’re missing something.

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