Who Belongs In Group Coaching?

Who Belongs In Group Coaching?

I’m always asked the following question when I design and implement group coaching for companies around the globe: “We think group coaching can help our company, but who should be in the group?” The answer comes from the following questions: Who is critical to the...
Rethinking Human Resources

Rethinking Human Resources

I love our HR profession, but we must rethink HR to be at the top of our game when it comes to leading people practices in organizations. If you’ve started engagement surveys with employees, that’s great! Now it’s time to deepen engagement and improve the employee...
New Book! Imagination@Work

New Book! Imagination@Work

I’ve authored my first foreword for the newly published book, Imagination@Work: Shifting Boundaries in the Modern Workplace! As an executive coach, I consistently hear from leaders in organizations that they aren’t given much permission, time, or freedom to imagine or...
Mindfulness for the Executive’s Mind:  How Neuroscience Wins Over Corporate Skeptics

Mindfulness for the Executive’s Mind: How Neuroscience Wins Over Corporate Skeptics

(Part 4 of a 4-part series) In the first three articles of this series, I shared how to engage corporate skeptics in coaching. In this fourth article, I examine how to approach mindfulness with hesitant executives. “I’m the Smartest Person in the Room. Why Do I Need...
The Power of Brain-Based Questions When All Executives Want Are Answers:  How Neuroscience Wins Over Corporate Skeptics

The Power of Brain-Based Questions When All Executives Want Are Answers: How Neuroscience Wins Over Corporate Skeptics

(Part 3 of a 4-part series) In the first two articles in this series, I shared how to engage corporate skeptics in coaching. In this third article, I examine the power of brain-based questions to engage executives in coaching. “I’m Successful Because I’m a Leader Who...