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  1. Read the article, "Thriving in Uncertain Times"

    Thriving in Uncertain Times

    Executive Coaching

    Thriving requires perspective If you’re reading this post, it’s probably because you are “bobbing and weaving” as you do your best to surf the waves of change that just keep coming. You’re not alone! We are ALL finding our way…

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  2. Read the article, "Stop Playing Small at Life and Work"

    Stop Playing Small at Life and Work

    Executive Coaching

    Stop apologizing unnecessarily. People often say they are sorry for things over which they have no control, and for circumstances for which they have little or no responsibility.  Reserve your apologies for large mistakes that have damaged a relationship or…

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  3. Read the article, "Exploring Resilience in the Time of Covid-19"

    Exploring Resilience in the Time of Covid-19

    Executive Coaching

    The recording of our on-line seminar using Zoom has been removed as the number of people looking at it is now very low. We’ve run the seminar a few times and will be happy to run it for any group…

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  4. Read the article, "Working Remotely: Managing Your Team Effectively"

    Working Remotely: Managing Your Team Effectively

    Executive Coaching

    Because of the COVID-19 virus, many organizations are now working remotely. For some people (managers and employees) this will be new. For over 10 years I managed consulting teams with offices in 6 cities in the USA and Canada. My…

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  5. Read the article, "Working with a Difficult Boss Can Help You Grow"

    Working with a Difficult Boss Can Help You Grow

    Executive Coaching

    Working with a difficult boss can be hard. You may only see two choices — stay and be miserable or leave. You have more choices than you may be seeing in the moment.

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  6. Read the article, "Working with Your Blind Spots Can Help You Grow"

    Working with Your Blind Spots Can Help You Grow

    Executive Coaching

    What’s a blind spot and how can it help us grow? It’s a quality or behavior that others see and know about us that we are “blind” to. Working with our blind spots requires patience, persistence and perspective. Personal change and transformation is the end result.

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  7. What Do Golfing and Executive Coaching Have in Common?

    Executive Coaching

    Two Passions… I took up golf at the age of 13 and it became my all-consuming passion for many years. I would play 2 or 3 rounds a day in the summer, hand-mowed my parents lawn every day, and brushed…

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  8. Read the article, "Coaching While Hiking: 5 Good Things."

    Coaching While Hiking: 5 Good Things.

    Executive Coaching

    Today Was an Experiment. My coaching client was looking to make some career changes to be able to do more of what he is passionate about. He is an outdoors kind of guy so it seemed like a good idea…

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  9. Can You Take a Leap of Faith?

    Executive Coaching

    A short story . . . I have a client who is weighing an important decision about a career change.  He has worked hard for many years in a company where he has frequently felt under-valued by top leadership and…

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  10. How Team Development Helps Businesses Make Hard Decisions

    Executive Coaching

    I was asked by a Federal Government client for a proposal for a 3-day facilitation. The audience was managers who had science and technical backgrounds. Everyone knew each other, though they were in different locations across New England. The “easy”…

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