Coaching You Can Afford

You may have noticed that coaching is expensive. That’s because of the deeply personal, immersive effort put forth on behalf of the client’s growth. Coaching fees represent reasonable compensation for my contribution of value that results in your dramatic return on investment. So why would I offer a Pay What You Can or Pay What You Enjoy Program* option to clients?  view article

Your Deepest Most Effective Leadership

Your deepest most effective leadership is typically not a matter of training but rather a function of a quality that is covered up, nascent or inaccessible. However, accessing and operating from your deepest most effective leadership is not an enigma or some woo woo, incense-burning ritual. It is a smart, practical and pragmatic way to ensure unencumbered continual growth and expansion toward the best parts of YOU and consistent excellence. view article

Father’s Day

This Father’s Day let’s remember to thank the men who show up, make the effort and serve. My father died suddenly when I was fifteen. But I have had several father figures unselfishly help me, guide me, mentor, support and just listen to me. They were there; they showed up, they cared enough to serve and contribute. Not for any reward or accolade. They were just men helping young men. It gives me rewarding memories. view article

How to Be an Influencer 

At a recent group-coaching workshop I mentioned the exciting potential available to Be an Influencer. This got the attention of several participants and they asked their questions one-on-one after everybody else left for lunch. How can I Be an Influencer if: I have to deal with a dictator boss? There is poor leadership………………………………. view article

Poor Leadership at Work

When your unbridled energy and enthusiasm to make a contribution and change the world is met with poor leadership at work it can seem like a cold, unwelcoming place, a dead end. It’s not. That is just one perspective. Unfortunately it is an all-too-common response to a pervasive problem. Encountering poor leadership at work, most people go into “there is nothing I can do” mode. They don’t view themselves as a leader and this is a grave error I see too often. They leave it to someone else to lead and they follow from a weak, subordinate position. This is is precisely……………………………………… view article