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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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Coaching and Social Action: Giving of Your Coaching Expertise to Create Positive Change

Coaching and Social Action: Giving of Your Coaching Expertise to Create Positive Change

Patrick Williams February 18, 2015 0

Published in, and reproduced with permission from, choice, the magazine  of professional coaching __________ I believe we need the inhabitants of this planet to exhibit ideals and values and then to live in congruence

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Coaching in Medicine

Coaching in Medicine

Margaret Cary November 21, 2014 5

What is it about physicians? The stereotype of the brilliant and bold surgeon who reigns over the operating room whose mantra is “A chance to cut is a chance to cure.” The ever-smiling pediatrician

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Case Study: Top of the Class

Case Study: Top of the Class

Abby Heverin October 1, 2014 0

Since the 1990s, coaching has been a key component of many schools’ faculty-development plans

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Space Migration, Species Survival, and Global Responsibility

Space Migration, Species Survival, and Global Responsibility

George Robinson April 8, 2014 0

Domestic, international, and global policy makers tend to give short shrift, the cosmic clock ticking with ever-increasing speed as a reflection of its interplay with the evolutionary progress of contemporary humankind

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A Team Coaching Process for Complex Leadership Challenges

A Team Coaching Process for Complex Leadership Challenges

Suzi Pomerantz December 3, 2013 0

There is a wonderful integrative coaching tool for use when dealing with layered, nuanced complexity with multiple moving parts; in other words, business today.

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Shoes in the Lobby

Shoes in the Lobby

Andy Howie September 11, 2013 0

How a simple thoughtful act in a junior high school led Space2think to three principles which they believe can transform a working community

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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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Maybe, I’ve Been Coaching for Too Many Years

Maybe, I’ve Been Coaching for Too Many Years

Charles Smith July 30, 2013 0

Now, I only love the present moment whatever the hell that is. This all leaves me precisely nowhere not wanting to be somewhere.Perfect.

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