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Henry V. – William Shakespeare: Saint Crispins Day

Henry V. – William Shakespeare: Saint Crispins Day

Dominic Turnbull February 13, 2017 0

Dominic Turnbull & Charles E. Smith On the morning of 25 October 1415 (Feast of Saints Crispin and Crispinian), shortly before the Battle of Agincourt, Henry V made a brief speech to the English

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Shanghaied Again: You Can Never Get Enough of What You Don’t Want

Shanghaied Again: You Can Never Get Enough of What You Don’t Want

Charles Smith March 5, 2015 0

Someone hits him on the head and he is again on a bigger, better ship with no scheduled port of call

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Fifty Shades of “No”

Fifty Shades of “No”

Mick Crews August 28, 2013 0

I’ve come to realize that it’s important to examine what I feel inside when I say a clear ‘no’

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The Memory of Flight

The Memory of Flight

Anita Doron August 15, 2013 0

When I met Camille B., she was no longer able to fly. She stood atop the damp coffee house, the tips of her red sneakers just over the edge so that she could bend

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The Hero’s Journey: A Case Study

The Hero’s Journey: A Case Study

Lynelle Tyler April 26, 2012 0

In this essay I explore the potential healing power of mythology and its use as a professional coaching tool. The twelve stages of the “Hero’s Journey”, as set forth by Joseph Campbell, will provide

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A Perfect Paradox

A Perfect Paradox

Charles Smith April 25, 2012 0

My Doctor says that results are dangerous. I was aware of so many peoples’ lives in companies, agencies, communities and families drowning in real and failed expectations of results

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Trauma and Professional Coaching: The Use of Emotional Training

Trauma and Professional Coaching: The Use of Emotional Training

Dror Green January 26, 2012 0

While professional coaches are not in the business of providing psychotherapy to men and women suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), they need to know about this challenging condition, given that they are often

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After the Final Merger

After the Final Merger

Charles Smith December 26, 2011 0

Looking back, all that merger mania was more about finding ways to deal with our lack of creativity, our always increasing costs, the constant drain on our people, and our lack of anything but

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If You Can’t See What’s Missing, You Get Struck With It

If You Can’t See What’s Missing, You Get Struck With It

Charles Smith December 23, 2011 0

“Coachability” is the willingness to be coached, to listen, to respect instruction and act on it. Coaching (another set of eyes) lets you see what’s missing which, if you act on it, could

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Being Authentic in Challenging Coaching Relationships

Being Authentic in Challenging Coaching Relationships

Mark Raymond December 14, 2011 0

As coaches or managers, are you coaching anyone who you think doesn’t want to be coached, or says they do but doesn’t appear to be listening to you?

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