Monthly Archives: March 2016

The Biggest Mistake Made in Employee Engagement!

In this short blog series with HRD Business Summit, I was asked questions that are highly pertinent to leaders, especially leaders of HR. The first question I was asked is: “why engage employees?” The simple answer: Employee engagement is critical … Continue reading

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5 Ways to Get Ahead as a Coach!

In a recent blog, I shared the “#1 greatest lesson for executive coaches” – to get over our own egos. To make the coaching about our clients, not about ourselves. If you took this advice to heart and are applying … Continue reading

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What to Do When It’s Hard to Get Things Done

When we make plans for the future or even just today, why do we so seldom, if ever, plan on distractions? Why do we make our plans as if we are going to live in a perfect world and be … Continue reading

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The #1 Greatest Lesson for Coaches!

The greatest lesson for any coach, outstanding or otherwise, is to overcome our own ego! The recipe for this disastrously massive ego is simple: We have a sincere desire to help our clients and we care deeply about their development. … Continue reading

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New book from my friend and NYT bestselling author Vijay Govindarajan

  I want to recommend to you an important new book from my friend Vijay Govindarajan, who is ranked as one of the world’s leading business thinkers. After 35 years of research and consulting, he has written his most important … Continue reading

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