One of the Laser Coaching principles is ‘If the cadence is not balanced, someone is not working.’ This means if we work too hard as coaches and do most or all the work for our clients, they don’t take responsibility.
In today's rapidly changing and competitive business landscape, leaders face a myriad of challenges that demand exceptional decision-making, communication, and problem-solving skills. To ensure they lead their teams with confidence and efficacy, an understanding of their work personality and strengths is crucial.
When researching the success rates of mergers and acquisitions (M&A), there is an unfortunate pattern of failure linked to deal makers’ ignorance and underestimation of internal people issues. This leads to numerous emotionally-charged meetings over personality conflicts and decision-making styles that often fall on the shoulders of HR practitioners.
Sustaining an improved workplace culture requires a learning and coaching mindset to be adopted at the organizational level; the Tilt365 assessment tools are well suited for this long-term approach.
When change is thrust upon us, the human brain undergoes a series of cognitive and emotional processes as it reacts and adapts to the new situation. Change can be challenging and evoke various responses, such as stress, resistance, and fear.
I have been an executive coach for over 20 years and felt I was having a real impact on my coaching clients. I leveraged my ICF-approved Presence-based coaching training with Doug Silsbee to tap into my clients' emotional, cognitive, and physical states, integrating these three experiences into a holistic approach. ...
My team, like most teams, was composed of people who thought about and reacted to things very differently. That meant to reach them, I needed to understand them. Sadly at that time, my understanding was based purely on observational performance, who was meeting their deadlines and who wasn’t.
In my quest to become more balanced and agile, being able to not only be in Humanity, which is my natural place to hang out but also move into Courage when needed, I am experiencing some great moments of victory and situations that make it difficult to be confident and ...