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Giving an A

Giving an A

By Gilly Weinstein, PCC   Part of any leader’s job is empowering the people around her, especially the people she’s responsible for. Not just to empower them to do more, claim more credit and own more responsibility for a given project, department or event; but...

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Video Review as Super Power

Video Review as Super Power

By Tom Henschel A client of mine recently asked for a checklist to use when she watches herself on video. I normally don’t like checklists. They feel like an iron mallet when you need a silk scalpel. But when my client asked, I reconsidered. If you want to begin...

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Self Leadership

Self Leadership

By Fran LaMattina, PhD, MCC Three years before I became a coach, I engaged a coach for my own leadership growth.  As I look back over my initial experience of being coached, I realize that the most important part of my early work focused on growing in self-awareness,...

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Tips for Introverted Leaders

Tips for Introverted Leaders

By Rachel Verlik, PCC Let me admit right up front – I am an extrovert. And by extrovert, I mean EXTROVERT.  Like talk to the people in line at the grocery store, thrive being around others, and process all my ideas out loud – sometimes to my detriment! As my coaching...

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Just Give Me the Answer, Boss!

Just Give Me the Answer, Boss!

By Neal Eisenstein, M.B.A., MCC Does this sound familiar?  Your direct report asks, “How would you like me to address this?”  You say, “I think you should….” However, at a certain point, if this scenario repeats itself too often, it can suggest that your people have...

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