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Integration: The Power of Being Co-Active in Work and Life

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Co-Active Leadership: Five Ways to Lead

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Podcast: Coaching Optimal Teams with Amy Edmondson, PhD

In this podcast, Amy Edmondson, PhD, Professor of Leadership and Management at Harvard Business School addresses the latest research and best practices for coaching leaders on how to accelerate performance and learn "on the fly" in a world of constant change.

Webinar: Buffering Against Burnout

It is more important than ever to learn how to identify burnout and especially, how to buffer against it. Drawing from her deep knowledge of human behavior, Stanford University-trained psychologist and Board Certified Leadership Coach, Dr. Jacinta M....

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December-January 2021 Coaching Report

As we start a new year we naturally turn to pondering our goals. 2021 goals seem even more significant considering the global crises presented by 2020. As we look a hopeful new date: January 1, 2021,  we may be filled with ideas for new directions, aspirations, and resolutions....

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Webinar: Silenced and Sidelined: Finding Voice in Troubling Times

This highly interactive webinar covers the phenomenon of "silencing" in the executive suite — highlighting key original research findings; Dr. Carrie Arnold will review strategies successful people have used to recover and lead with voice currency....

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Silenced and Sidelined: Finding Voice in Troubling Times Slide Presentation

Slide Presentation to accompany Dr. Carrie Arnold's webinar Silenced and Sidelined: Finding Voice in Troubling Times

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Lets Disrupt Leadership

In the past two decades of stretching, doubting, and exploring leadership development, a disruptive narrative has emerged, that “many leadership development programs had little impact and perhaps the whole leadership development industry was failing.” In their August 2020 article Developing the Theory and Practice of Leadership Develop...

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Different Shades of Destructive Leadership

One reason for the interest in destructive leadership is that understanding of the “negativity bias” was emerging around that time. We learned that negative information has greater motivational and emotional significance than positive information....

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Coaching with Science in Mind: How to Bring Evidence-based Research into Your Practice

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