Empathy is a primary key to conflict resolution. However, like other keys, it tends to go missing just when we need it. In fact, some filmmakers felt so strong about it’s importance, they’ve begun a movie project, called Stand in … Continue reading
Resilience requires us not just to be flexible and adaptable, but to have supportive relationships with others who can help us when the going gets tough. Supportive relationships aren’t all about helping each other through challenges; sometimes they are about … Continue reading
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We’ve all seen the infamous email by now: Subject: Goodbye To all, I am very sad to tell you that I’ve just been fired over the phone by Yahoo’s Chairman of the Board. It has been my pleasure to work … Continue reading
This Labor Day we’ve got some mighty stagnant job numbers – in fact we’ve got a big fat ZERO in job growth. Unemployment is holding steady at 9.1%. While of course we’ve got an easy way to complain about this … Continue reading
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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