Category: Executive Coaching

Build Resilience. Use Your News Feeds – Don’t Be Used Them

Stay engaged or unplug? How do you maintain resilience when 24/7 newsfeeds have you feeling off-balance or overwhelmed? Hunker Down or Stay Engaged? I was talking with a friend today. Like so many, she’s feeling blue. Staying on top of the

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Finding Time for What’s Important

From 5:30 – 800 PM she doesn’t take calls. Catherine McKenna – Canada’s Minister of Environment and Climate Change – builds family and personal resilience by creating boundaries that protect her family life from her big job. As reported, for several hours

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The Perils of Spiritual Leadership

The challenges of spiritual leadership have recently been highlighted in a New York Times article  for an individual linked with the integral community. Is this a problem unique to the integral community, to spiritual teachers or to leaders in general?

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Grab Your Free Won’t

What happens when you feel stymied in changing some long standing habits? Whether it’s healthy eating, getting more exercise, or how we communicate in meetings, all of us know people or have struggled ourselves with changing some long standing patterns. Our

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Whacked by a Blind Spot

It happened to me last week, and it has probably happened to you. Something you didn’t expect to happen, or were advised wouldn’t happen – did happen. You were whacked by a blind spot! At the time, you do your

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