Coaching Report

2016 May Coaching Report

Crossing town from one coaching gig to another, I recently had an opportunity to reflect (Manhattan bus traffic provided a bit of down time) on the amazing diversity of today’s leadership landscape.  Women leaders, leaders of color, multi-cultural leaders and, of course, millennials appear in the C-suite in ever greater numbers....

2016 April Coaching Report

Whether working in the areas of health, education, or executive coaching, we are committed to enhancing people’s wellbeing.   In the work context, wellbeing is very much tied to whether people find their work engaging and fulfilling....

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2016 March Coaching Report

“Then I sit at my workstation to document and bill for our encounter, perched at the edge of my seat, on the verge of despair.”...

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2016 February Coaching Report

Evidence Based Marketing:   Understanding coaching research empowers you to engage in what I think of Evidence Based Marketing. What you know and can articulate on the impact of coaching gives you a competitive advantage.  It allows you to describe the impact of coaching with a deep authority....

2016 January Coaching Report

"A pessimist sees the difficulty in every opportunity; an optimist sees the opportunity in every difficulty." – Winston Churchill...

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2015 November Coaching Report

"No problem can be solved from the same level of consciousness that created it” Albert Einstein...

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2015 October Coaching Report

We are still under the thought-provoking impressions of our 8th Annual Coaching in Leadership and Healthcare Conference organized by the Institute of Coaching, McLean Hospital, and Harvard Medical School.  It took place just 2 weeks ago, and as many of you who have attended it through the years would probably agree, the inspiration, reflect...

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2015 September Coaching Report

“Be the change you wish to see in the world,” are the wise words from Mahatma Gandhi that are the core of what we offer this month. For many of us September feels like the beginning of the new year, a time for thinking of what we will accomplish. But even more importantly, who we will be....

2015 July/August Coaching Report

A few years ago I sat with Richard Boyatzis in his office at Case Western. Richard presented at our 2011 and 2012 conferences; our members can access the video of his terrific 2011 presentation. We discussed how coaches might approach the topic of neuroscience and coaching. Richard’s wisdom has endured:...

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2015 June Coaching Report

This month’s Coaching Report centers on potential applications of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) to coaching. ACT is grounded in deep theory and science and is complemented by pragmatic tools....

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