Coaching Report

2014 November / December Coaching Report

This month our webinar, research update and book reviews are about the darker side of leadership and a reverse focus look at Positive Psychology. Our webinar looks at issues in coaching noxious leaders from both sides of the desk. Why can one person’s toxic boss be another’s inspiration?...

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2015 January Coaching Report

We are pleased to start off 2015 focused on the evolving field of neuroscience and harnessing the power of your own brain....

2014 September Coaching Report

Having met many wonderful coaches at the Harvard Medical School conference (this year's event is next week -- be sure to join us!) and other IOC events, I know I am not alone in having found myself with clients who have experienced a wide range of mental health challenges -- substance abuse, depression, anxiety, ADHD, etc....

2014 July/August Coaching Report

At our 2013 conference, Barbara Fredrickson encouraged coaches to “make love all day long.” She didn’t mean what first crossed your mind – she is redefining love as the micro-moments where two people connect with another, like in coaching. Our brain activation and behavioral patterns sync up, like a mind meld....

2014 May Coaching Report

Everyone talks about the VUCA world – Volatile, Uncertain, Complex, Ambiguous. How do you lead in the 21st century with its rapid, unpredictable changes. The age of command and control has shifted to the age of collaboration and cultivation. But how do we help leaders successfully operate in this new era?...

2014 June Coaching Report

Today’s workplace is complex and rapidly changing. More than ever before, this kind of environment has created a need for resilient, agile and innovative leaders....

2014 April Coaching Report

I had the pleasure a few months ago of interviewing psychologist Steven Rollnick who co-founded the field of Motivational Interviewing (MI) with Bill Miller in the late 1980s, spawned from having “horrific experiences” in the addiction treatment field....

2014 March Coaching Report

This month we feature a new “meta analysis” research study that explores the impact of coaching on behavior change. “Meta” here refers to the review of a group of research studies on coaching outcomes that provides statistical analysis from a 10,000-foot perspective (article summary below)....

2014 February Coaching Report

This month our member Master Class focuses on “coaching the addicted mind.” 58% of adults report being addicted to our smartphones (68% of ages 25-34!), and many workplaces are a sea of distracted, multitasking, addicted (email/texting, sugar, or work) minds. There is no small need for new coaching techniques, including coaching ourselves....

2014 January Coaching Report

Greetings and Happy 2014!  Our research article this month, as well as our MasterClass and Teleclass, are all designed to help you answer that perennial question: how do we coach teams for optimal performance? ...

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