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Executive Coaching

In one of the experiential trainings I lead on Emotional Intelligence, I show a video narrated by Dr Brene Brown on the topic of empathy. In it, a bear crawls down...

I have been thinking a lot about how much I do. Not in some aggrandized  “look at me and how much I get done” kind of way.  Instead, in the...

Lately I’ve been thinking about my choices.  Am I making the right ones?   So much so that not too long ago I attempted to take inventory of every choice I made...

Every six weeks, I am invited to give an emotional intelligence workshop for  one of my favourite clients — the YMCA Youth Employment Bootcamp.  Boot, for short, is a four...

Twice a year I moonlight as a tour leader for small groups of 10-15 international travellers.  Its a dream job, really.  For a few weeks in the Spring and then...

If you're a business owner, executive or anyone with direct reports, you've undoubtedly wondered how you can get the most out of your team members. I'll save you the dozens of...

An important key to learning how to manage conflict effectively lies with recognizing that there is not just one right way to deal with conflict. There are five approaches to...

Far too often, managers either shy away from giving constructive feedback (or feedforward) or engage in it in entirely unhealthy ways.  The challenge is that how feedback is given is...

In July of 2011, I found myself heartbroken, jobless, and without a place to live. Desperately wanting to find meaning in life, I casually started asking friends, then acquaintances, then...