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In this section you will find articles discussing the foundational elements of coaching, primarily employee engagement and the factors that motivate ourselves and the people with whom we work. If you have related articles to submit, please visit the article submission page and follow the guidelines there. If you wish to sponsor this category, please visit the sponsor page. Thank you, and enjoy!



Winning Leadership in Difficult Times: Developing Emotionally Intelligent Leaders

Winning Leadership in Difficult Times: Developing Emotionally Intelligent Leaders

Maynard Brusman January 10, 2012 0

The ability to select, motivate, develop, engage and retain top people is critical to a company’s success. If you want to build a company where people love to work you have to know how

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Energy Flows Where the Attention Goes

Energy Flows Where the Attention Goes

Charles Smith December 24, 2011 0

What Performance, Relationship, Innovation and Values have in common is that each is an arena for enhancing, focusing, or suppressing peoples’ energy

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Coaching Responsibility for Two Worlds

Coaching Responsibility for Two Worlds

Charles Smith December 21, 2011 0

There are two parallel worlds in a business. There is the world of technology, machines, objects and design, and the simultaneous world of people’s feelings, relationships, and whatever animates their spirit and moves them

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Beyond Earth: The Future of Humans in Space/Stage Three Leadership

Beyond Earth: The Future of Humans in Space/Stage Three Leadership

Charles Smith December 9, 2011 0

As we move toward space, a new standard for leaders is necessary. “Stage Three Leadership” is a blueprint for developing humane, competent leaders who can fulfill the possibility of Unified Action in an

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Possibility Deficit Disorder

Possibility Deficit Disorder

Charles Smith December 9, 2011 0

Possibility Deficit Disorder (PDD) is the pervasive and persistent experience of ‘no possibility’ now, and no attractive prospects in the future

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A Sample Chapter of Find Your Courage: 12 Acts for Becoming Fearless in Work and in Life by Margie Warrell

A Sample Chapter of Find Your Courage: 12 Acts for Becoming Fearless in Work and in Life by Margie Warrell

Margie Warrell October 18, 2011 0

This is a sample chapter from my book Find Your Courage: 12 Acts for Becoming Fearless in Work and in Life (McGraw-Hill). It explores the concept of integrity, and makes the case for why

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A Sample Chapter of Coachbook:  Three Strategies for Effective Organizational Coaching

A Sample Chapter of Coachbook: Three Strategies for Effective Organizational Coaching

Agnes Mura September 10, 2011 0

Organizational Coaching comes in many forms and is called many names. We propose that three strategies and more than a dozen specific models of organizational coaching

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How Are You Using Your Power?

How Are You Using Your Power?

Paulette Rao August 29, 2011 0

My favorite quote ever is Marianne Williamson’s “Our Deepest Fear.” “Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not

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Four Ps: Developing Women for Leadership

Four Ps: Developing Women for Leadership

Alicia Rodriguez August 29, 2011 0

What are the essential elements for women who are rising to top levels in their organizations or who are starting their own business? Can we shift our mindset – from compromising who we are

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Ten Goal-Getting Mind-Steps

Ten Goal-Getting Mind-Steps

Suzi Pomerantz August 26, 2011 0

Setting goals is the easy part. Making them a reality requires having the mindsets and attitudes, beliefs and alignment to passionately move each day in the direction of your intended results

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