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Not Such Thing as Irresponsibility
I was talking to someone when I came up against this comment. "Adults don't have fun it's irresponsible". It was in connection to "fun" or "having fun" and "irresponsibility". I'm not sure ...
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What Does Trust Mean?
The word "trust" is used a lot in many organizations. We know that building and maintaining trust is very important. But when we say, "I trust you" or "I don’t trust you" or "There's a trust issue on ...
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Avoiding the Iceberg. Is it time to change course?
Avoiding the IcebergIs it time to change course? Twenty-plus years ago, when coaching came on the scene officially, it brought with it the possibility of being a game changer for the planet. It was going to be a disruptor for businesses, leaders ...
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Tolerance has a Tipping Point
My nephew Nick asked me to re-read the Harry Potter series with him this summer. It didn’t take much convincing because I love the Harry Potter saga. I just finished The Order of the Phoenix, and Nick’s halfway through The ...
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The Vital Attitude of Co-Responsibility in Performance Dialogues
We ask groups of leaders, “Do you think your manager is co-responsible for how you show up or for how successful you are in your role? Does your performance depend on what he or she does?” They quickly and assertively answer, ...
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What Makes a Good Coach? Compassion, presence, communication and more…
What makes a good coach? Is it a certificate? Is it multiple years in practice? Is it a particular school? Some would say all of the above; others would demur, and search for the definition and meaning elsewhere. There are multiple competencies a ...
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Everything Changes With P.A.U.S.E
There is a gift that is available for each and everyone of us. That gift can be accessed whenever and wherever needed. It is the gift of pausing. If you find yourself overwhelmed, stressed, "cafuffled" (my son's word), anxious, ...
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Coach the Human, not the Culture - Part Four
Masterful Coaching is Transformational When I first learned of the MCC credential, I knew straight away it was what I wanted to aim for and achieve. It was my goal. It was a clear goal and one that with training, experience, mentoring and client ...
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Coach the Human, not the Culture - Part Three
Mastering the Art and Science of Coaching Masterful coaches believe in, and experience, the global-ness of being. I’m not invested in coaches coaching to different cultural assumptions. This is limited thinking that is not based on true ...
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Coach the Human, not the Culture – Part Two
Asia Pacific Coaching Development APAC is relatively young. We celebrated 12 years in 2019 at our Mumbai conference. Coaching in Asia Pacific is still in its formative years. As is the case with the teenage experience, there is push and pull, ...
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