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September 12, 2022

The Value of Asking Open-Ended Questions

In a recent blog post, I shared tips for how to deal effectively with conversations that have you feeling emotionally triggered. Suggested Reading: What to Do […]
September 11, 2022

5 Steps to Avoid Fix It Mode

In the coaching class I teach, one of the most common questions students tell me that they most want to work on is the ability to […]
November 8, 2021

Break the Filler Word Habit

Lately, I’ve been coaching leaders on developing their presentation skills. In particular, the focus involves role playing using behaviour-based interview questions. In a typical coaching session […]
May 23, 2021

Coach Credentialing and How to Get Your ACC with the ICF

I originally wrote this post for Coaching out of the Box®'s blog and you can find it there as well as here on mine. Almost ten […]
April 20, 2021

Communicating Well With Technology

Of all the workshops I facilitate, perhaps the one I'm doing most recently is the most relevant and necessary. It is called Communicating Well with Technology. […]
January 31, 2021

The Value of Being Great At Receiving Feedback

Have you ever been in the situation where a colleague, a friend or a family member asks you for feedback and you break out in a […]
December 12, 2020

Book Recommendation: The Leadership Secrets of Santa Claus

I'm all for books that are short, to the point, and provide key takeaways at the end of each chapter. The Leadership Secrets of Santa Claus: […]
November 10, 2020

Make The Most Of Your LinkedIn Profile

The online social platform known as LinkedIn has been around since 2003. Even though over 690 million people are connected LinkedIn users, there are many who […]
October 11, 2020

What Makes Us Resilient?

As we face the second wave of the pandemic, many of us are feeling burnt out, mentally fatigued, and uncertain of what it means for business, […]