“It is not enough to be busy… The question is: what are we busy about?” – Henry David Thoreau
If you are a leader in your organization, you have been given an honor and a privilege. You’ve also been thrown the challenge of developing individuals into high-performance team players who add value to your business. You find yourself in the role of a coach, mastering the art of empowerment.
Have you ever been nudged by a subtle inner feeling that something wanted to emerge or change, but you couldn’t figure out what it was? Oh, and your sense of it was that the ‘something’ was going to be fairly significant, exciting, and desirable?
Are you driving toward your goal with one foot on the accelerator and one foot on the brake?
Imagine a world where these are guiding principles, not just for coaches, but for how we are all being in all of our relationships. Each of these Principles is designed to spark new insights and perspectives. Open to the possibility that when you honor these Principles you will call forth your own greatness and the […]
Smart executives and managers know what professional Coaches understand: you must recognize there is more aliveness available in the process of moving toward a goal than in achieving the result itself.
The quality of your life and work is directly related to the quality of your choices. As a leader, your decisions are vital so they should generate benefits for your followers.
Leaders, I invite you to appreciate the power of the heart and begin to recognize it as the true wisdom center of your humanity. Coaches establish trust and rapport with clients by…
How are you in the face of personal or professional change? For me, it depends. Sometimes I respond with excitement. I surrender with ease, letting go of my emotional attachments. Other times I drag my heels, fight it, resent and resist, and play the victim of the circumstances.