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Business Coaching
Managing Change
In any time of crisis or disruption, we have the opportunity to start fresh and create a new normal. This is however much easier said than done. In my experience, I have found that some people are better at adapting to change than others. I have low ‘adaptability’ on the Gallup Clifton Strengths Finder. Honestly,...
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Culture Conflict
Shifting the culture of a company is considered an advanced leadership skill, since culture is fundamentally comprised of relationships.  When conflict ensues, miscommunication persists, and drama becomes pervasive, the economical toll on a company is disastrous.  Lack of trust and constant fear perpetuate wasted time spent on gossiping, planning defenses, protecting turf, and assembling allies....
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Not a real coach
When I first became a coach (more than a decade ago), and people asked what I did for a living, I’d simply say I was a coach.   People assumed that meant I coached some type of sports team, such as soccer.  That conversation would naturally lead to a correction about me being a “professional coach,”...
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Is it better to work with a coaching franchise than with an individual professional coach? As with anything in life, it depends!  There are pros and cons to both.  Identifying your needs and goals will help you determine which one is better. Three Areas to Consider There are three areas to consider when making your...
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When I ask a company owner what they believe their company culture is, they rarely know. Understanding your company’s culture helps you hire the right employees, especially when expanding your team. It sometimes takes executive coaching and business coaching to help management assess and understand the importance of company culture. What is Company Culture? In...
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Difference between business coaching and life coaching
Typically, the goals related to business coaching and life coaching differ. Within business coaching, the focus is typically on profitability, staff development, and operations. Whereas, life coaching is typically focused on a personal pursuit such as identifying your new career or field, managing challenging relationships, and personal growth through stress management and fulfillment. Even though...
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Being a professionial coach doesn't make me an extrovert.
Because I chose a career as a professional coach, I talk to people, often a lot of people at once. People often perceive me as an extrovert because of my job and frequent role as a public speaker. The assumption is that introverts don’t do well in social situations, especially being front and center of...
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Networking Introvert Extrovert Business Coaching
As an introvert, attending networking events is not my favorite thing to do. However, when I follow the “SWAG” method, I am more comfortable and consequently more effective. SWAG is an acronym that stands for Simplify your message, be Welcoming, be Aware of others, and establish Goals.  I recently did a presentation on using SWAG...
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