Category Archives: Executive Coaching

Resilience & Positivity

Our book LEMONADE: The Leaders Guide to Resilience at Work is launched! I’m so excited to say, it is now available on Amazon.com. I was so excited I called a colleague of mine who shall remain nameless to tell her … Continue reading

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Personal Resilience Planning

Greetings readers! If you want to get better at bouncing back from change or challenge, it is important to create your own personal resilience plan – a roadmap that will guide you from the place you currently inhabit to the … Continue reading

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Resilience at Work: Announcing the RAW-Q!

Finally, we have launched our awesome new RESILIENCE AT WORK QUESTIONNAIRE (the RAW-Q)!!  Congrats to fellow authors Alan Graham, Ph.D. and Kevin Cuthbert…this is a long time coming. It has taken us quite a few years to get this baby … Continue reading

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Social Media Tips from Author/Coach/Internet Entrepreneur Suzi Pomerantz

Good business readers are asking for more tips and information on social media strategy, and who better to comment than our own resident social media guru, Suzi Pomerantz. Suzi is an incredible networker both online and off, and has some … Continue reading

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Losing Our Listening?

Executive coaching is an act of inquiring, feeding back, and eliciting excellence, often with some wise counsel thrown in for good measure. At the core, it is about paying careful attention to a leader and their unique strengths, to what … Continue reading

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Interview with the author of “Leaders: Their Stories, Their Words”

Donna Karlin (no relation…but people do ask!) has a new book out, and I was lucky enough to get a few insights from the author.  Donna has a unique viewpoint as a “Shadow Coach” – someone who shadows leaders as … Continue reading

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The Blame Game: An Interview with Author Ben Dattner

Greetings dear reader! Every so often over the next few months I’ll be interviewing authors of business books I recommend, all of whom are affiliated with Karlin Sloan & Company. We have an amazing network of world-class executive coaches and … Continue reading

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