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How to Tell if You are Working with a Non-performer?

Are you feeling frustrated, angry and upset by someone – colleague, direct report, perhaps even a manager (!) or a supplier who is just not pulling their weight? Despite your many attempts to talk to them, get them on board … Continue reading

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COACHES: Have you heard about Conversational Intelligence®?

Have you heard about C-IQ yet? C-IQ, or Conversational Intelligence®, is a revolutionary coaching methodology developed by Judith E. Glaser that allows you to leverage the power of neuroscience to create rapid, transformational shifts with your clients. Soon, Judith will … Continue reading

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Coaches: How to Build a Thriving Coaching Business

In this blog I interviewed Jayne Warrilow as she launches her new book, The 10 Day Coaches MBA: The Small Business Book for Coaches Who Want To Play Bigger. If you are a coach, I strongly recommend that you read … Continue reading

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The most impactful coaching event of the year

ALERT:  Did you miss some of the WBECS pre-summit as per below which you wanted to attend live? They are releasing 7 sessions in total including many of the highest rated Pre-Summit sessions from this year.  Click here to access the … Continue reading

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The Power of Feedback in Leadership Development

“One key to successful leadership is continuous personal change. Personal change is a reflection of our inner growth and empowerment.” – Robert E. Quinn Getting feedback may not always feel comfortable but it’s definitely a powerful ally and gift in the … Continue reading

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12 Leadership Lessons from the World Class All Blacks

Greatness is the ability to consistently deliver peak performance regardless of opponent, occasion or what happened the week before. – Steve Hansen and Ritchie McCaw views as quoted in the New Zealand Herald The All Blacks are the first team … Continue reading

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When to Use an Executive Coach

From time to time, I am approached by managers and leaders who are wondering if executive coaching will benefit them with their career and business goals. When to use coaching? The reasons for working with an executive coach are just as … Continue reading

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The power of feedback in leadership development

Getting feedback may not always feel comfortable but it’s definitely a powerful ally and gift in the leadership journey.  Regardless of whether its formal or informal feedback – it invariably enables us to consider things which may previously have been … Continue reading

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Jane Kise on Type, Coaching and Leadership

Jane Kise, Ed. D., principal of Differentiated Coaching Associates, LLC, is a consultant and author of over 20 books, with extensive experience in the fields of executive coaching, educational consulting, strategic planning, team building, employer/employee relations, and finance. She enjoys … Continue reading

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How to receive feedback

Last week I posted a blog on “giving constructive feedback.”  Interestingly  it generated much discussion with my clients and others on how the feedback was received.  Yes – you guessed it.  A lot of the times, not that well!

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