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Being Patient With Change

Being Patient With Change

By Fran LaMattina, PhD, MCC. Patience is a virtue that is sometimes hard to come by in the fast-paced culture we live in, whether in the US or in another area of the globe. Most of us are more familiar with our own experience with impatience than we are with...

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Look Your Best on Zoom!

Look Your Best on Zoom!

As we deal with COVID-19 and the personal and professional realties of social distancing and state-wide stay-at-home orders, online video conferencing platforms such as Zoom have become a vital lifeline for many. Whether you are an experienced Zoomer, or an online...

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Reflective Writing Can Help You Take Perspective 

Reflective Writing Can Help You Take Perspective 

By Kelly L. Ross, MS, PCC. This week I have been starting calls and video meetings asking how are we each arriving? On my side I am all over the map: grumpy that there are rules that I need to stay home, excited for extra time at home, overwhelmed (especially if I...

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4 Ways to Sustain the Development from Coaching

4 Ways to Sustain the Development from Coaching

By Maren Perry, MA, PCC Founder and President, Arden Coaching So you’ve reached the end of a fulfilling and intensive executive coaching experience.  You feel good about the progress you’ve made, the feedback from those around you has been gratifying and so different...

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Leading and Working Through COVID-19

Leading and Working Through COVID-19

Leading your organization through a crisis is a challenging, stressful rollercoaster ride. The coronavirus pandemic is a crisis of historic proportions, presenting leaders with challenges on an unprecedented scale.  As experts in leadership development and team...

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Good Judgment and the Coronavirus

Good Judgment and the Coronavirus

By Margaret Enloe, JD, PCC. When I was a teenager and wanted to go out with friends, my father’s parting words were always “use your good judgment.” There were no admonishments to get home by 11PM or avoid pot. Instead, I got the message to do what made sense under...

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Leadership Requires Self-Confidence

Leadership Requires Self-Confidence

Self-confidence is a critically important component of strong leadership and an essential element of executive presence. “It’s often one of the first things we notice about someone,” said Maren Perry, executive coach and president of Arden Coaching. “It's an overall...

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