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Values, Goals, and Digital Minimalism

Values, Goals, and Digital Minimalism

Laura Hansen, PCC. In his book, Digital Minimalism, Cal Newport offers a philosophy for technology use.  Technology is neither good nor bad.  The key is using it to support your goals and values, rather than letting it use you.   Digital minimalists are all around...

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Journaling: You’re Bound to See Things Differently

Journaling: You’re Bound to See Things Differently

By Dan Brown, PCC. Throughout each day, you star in your own dramatic works of art. Morning rush hour. Meeting with the boss. Negotiating a deal. Dinner with the family… A farce here, a triumphant drama there, comedies and tragedies round the clock.  Set design and...

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Managing Up: A Crucial Leadership Skill

Managing Up: A Crucial Leadership Skill

By Salima Hemani, ACC. One of the most important capabilities that any strong leader needs to demonstrate is their ability to build effective relationships. And one of the most critical relationships, which doesn’t get enough attention, is a leader’s relationship with...

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Last Minute Office Gifts 2019

Last Minute Office Gifts 2019

Yikes!! Did you forget someone in the office for your annual gift giving?!   Everyone does it at least once per holiday season…fully intending to get a gift for someone in the office (maybe our boss’s administrative assistant, maybe your new counterpart in Marketing)...

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Leadership Fad or Trend?

Leadership Fad or Trend?

By Katherine L. Poehnert, M.Ed. Psych., PCC. There are many current, sparkly new terms out there describing approaches to leadership.  As an Executive Leadership Coach I have heard many (although I am sure there are more coming down the pike)… and, truth be told, I...

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10 Tips for Better Leadership

10 Tips for Better Leadership

By Margaret Enloe, JD, PCC. The other day, I spoke with a client who had just returned from an interview at a law firm. My client was struck by how frequently the law firm partner had interrupted the associates, even when the associates were providing useful...

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Increasing Positive Emotions

Increasing Positive Emotions

By Danielle Siegel, PCC, LCSW.  It’s the Thursday of Fleet Week in San Francisco, which means the Blue Angels have literally just begun their practice flights throughout the city. I have lived in San Francisco for 20 years and this happens annually. Each year, hearing...

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“AND” Opens Up Possibilities

“AND” Opens Up Possibilities

By Amanda Zinke, PCC.  One of the biggest leaps I've seen clients choose to make is to embrace "AND" thinking.  So many of us think in terms of binary answers.  Yes or no, this or that.  These options can be useful in making quick decisions and sometimes it really is...

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