In an article originally published on The Conversation by Lis Ku, work, and leisure both contribute to well-being—but there’s another important source of happiness, too. Finding the right work-life balance is by no means a new issue in our society. But the tension between the… Read More »Work-Life Balance & A Happy Life?
Managers are sometimes unable to provide the kind of feedback their employee and their team need. Giving and receiving feedback at work can be challenging; especially if you work in a culture of what author and CEO coach Kim Scott calls “ruinous empathy” —which occurs… Read More »Giving Better Feedback at Work:
Group Coaching Team Coaching Individuals who come together with a common interest but do not always have the same goal in mind (e.g., completion of a specific project) Individuals who are all aligned and headed to a common goal or outcome (e.g., coached on strategic… Read More »Group Coaching:
According to Forbes, building a coaching culture in the workplace better positions companies to grow and nurture talent. But what exactly is a “coaching culture,” and how can leaders make this part of their everyday environment? A coaching culture simply means supporting your employees so that they… Read More »Implementing A Coaching Culture In An Organization:
When we talk about creativity and innovation, it is fair to remember that you need to foster the right conditions for it to blossom. We are focusing here mostly on the leadership layer, culture and mindset. Regularly organizations have to find new ways, define new… Read More »Coaching Teams To Be Creative & Innovative:
Emotions are faster than many thoughts and many people are led by emotions which may or may not be healthy. People get caught up in their emotions and are unable to detach from them or see the “wood from the trees”. They can be all… Read More »Emotions Are By-Products Of Our Beliefs And Focus
A prerequisite of becoming a successful Leader is knowing how to be heard, and the key to this is to speak the language your listeners understand. The Communication Style Inventory shows you what type of communicator you are (Steady / Inspirer / Conscientious / Dominant) and… Read More »Communication Style Inventory:
According to Jill Suttie, Psy.D, knowing what you want helps you set an intention to work toward them. No doubt, your subconscious will kick in, too, and you will begin to notice opportunities that present themselves to you or to actively seek out information you need. Plus, having a direction to take based on your truest desires, gives you impetus to make hard choices… Read More »New Year, New Beginning: