• Don’t be that Boss: Invigorate a Healthy Culture

    If you’re like most motivated managers who are charged with changing an antiquated culture, it’s very possible your insecurities are actually destroying your team.  You accepted your position with the idea you would challenge the status quo of leadership you’ve experienced by being a refuge of encouragement, empowerment, and self-direction.  Unfortunately, in your attempt to […]

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  • What is Love in Leadership?

    As often as our world likes to throw the word “love” around, it seems strange that you don’t often see it spring to life in the world of leadership. We have seemed to relegate love to the confines of some personal relationship that exists beyond the territories of our businesses and organizations. I believe in […]

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  • The Johari Window

    When we engage clients in a coaching relationship, one of our goals is to help them better understand how they relate to the world around them.  Whether we are talking about work, home, or any other arena of their life, there are always things an individual believes to be true about themselves and things others […]

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  • Transactional Analysis

    One of the most interesting dynamics to study within our client organizations is the communication norms that have developed among teams.  One of the tools we use to understand how teams work is based off of Dr. Eric Berne’s Transactional Analysis model.  This model suggests anytime two individuals engage one another, each person will take […]

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