Category: Career

Civility at Work

Work is essential for all of us. Not just for financial independence but also other, more fundamental reasons. Everyone has a deep need to contribute and progress; it’s fundamental to human nature. We need work to contribute to our well being not detract from………………………………………………………… view article


Prepare Yourself for Anything

Would you agree that the modern-day challenges that you face are deeply rooted and complex? So ideally your solutions, how you lead (yourself and others) would come from a place of depth that offers certainty rather than topical, veneer or surface techniques, right? Begin now and…………………………………………. view article


How Can I Become a Better Manager Not a Small “m” Manager

If you are asking, how can I become a better manager — not a small “m” manager but a big “M” Manager, you are asking the right question. The real answers, however, are hard to find, less visible and more deeply hidden in today’s climate. They are there but you have to………………………….. view article


Maximize Improvement

eople want to maximize improvement. Even though we have an abundance of material wealth and a free democratic society, most people remain unhappy and they pursue improvement. Ultimately, they become even more dissatisfied, frustrated and unhappy when books, retreats, Yoga and pursuing a “better self” doesn’t provide the results that were initially overpromised. While you are trying to pull yourself forward, there is an unspecified weight holding you back. This weight is sometimes called………………………… view article


What Am I Good At

When asking, What Am I Good At, many people rely on others to tell them what they are good at. This approach is flawed. Just as any other “tool” outside of you that is designed to help you discover your strengths. Almost everyone I have ever had a coaching conversation with has read the book……………………….. view article