October in the Northern Hemisphere is a time of harvest, a period for reaping the bounty of nature's work on seeds planted during the rains of spring and nurtured in the warm glow of summer.
Fall also typically signals "back to school" for children, making it an ideal time to put on our own student hats. In the spirit of this autumnal energy, we are excited to "harvest" and share the current work of researcher-writers that deepen and enhance our coaching around a wide array of subjects: leadership agility, physician/nurse burnout, the new science of curiosity and living in joy:
As William Blake reminds us: "In seed time learn, in harvest teach, in winter enjoy."
We hope you will join us, and reap the harvest!
Pulling on research and client stories in the soon to be published book by Wiley: The End of Leadership As We Know It: What It Takes To Lead In Today’s Volatile and Complex World, Dr. Dan Fisher and Steve Garcia will review the ten classic traps that our clients are at risk of falling into and how you as a coach can assist these leaders with adopting more adaptive practices....
Learn how adjusting your thoughts can change your health—from the "mother of mindfulness" and first female tenured professor of psychology at Harvard....
If we were to ask the question "Are you an ethical coach?" Then "Yes", is of course our initial answer. We like to believe we are. Yet the coaching landscape, like all of life, is fluid and so our thinking and practices are required to be continuously challenged. Ethics is fundamental to who we are as people, how we work with and serve others. How we show up!! And coaching, a relatively new and diverse helping field of practice, with influences from a broad range of domains, has struggled to find its legitimacy: ethics helps towards that desired outcome....
Did you know that curiosity is your superpower? It’s no secret that division, loneliness, and polarization are on the rise—to catastrophic impact on our personal lives....
You aspire to lead with greater impact. The problem is you’re busy executing on today’s demands. You know you have to carve out time from your day job to build your leadership skills, but it’s easy to let immediate problems and old mind-sets get in the way....
Whether as a daydream or a spoken desire, nearly all of us have entertained the notion of reinventing ourselves. Feeling unfulfilled, burned out, or just plain unhappy with what we’re doing, we long to make that leap into the unknown....
Joyfully Single: A Revolutionary Guide to Enlightenment, Wholeness, and Change invites us to embark on an extraordinary journey of self-discovery, wellness, growth, and the brave pursuit of joy....
Did you know that curiosity is your superpower as a coach? Though we often think of being curious as a personality trait, it’s actually the foundation of our capacity for connection, growth, and healing — and to support others on this journey too.
In this CoachX Conversation, the Institute's Executive Director, Dr. Jeff Hull, engages in a unique and insightful conversation with the IOC's very own Director of Education, Dr. Pamela Larde. As the author of the soon to be released Joyfully Single, Dr. Larde offers a sneak peek into the four practices of joy, a cornerstone of her Multidimensional Framework of Joy.
Nearly all of us have entertained the notion of changing careers. Feeling burned out at work, unfulfilled, or just plain unhappy with whatever we're doing, we long to reinvent ourselves on a new and different career path. But how do we make this transition successfully? In this LinkedIn Live Herminia describes strategies that successful career changers use—and how to make them work for you.
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