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The Good, the Bad and the Non-Billable: The Reality of Coaching Lawyers

The Good, the Bad and the Non-Billable: The Reality of Coaching Lawyers

Anna Rappaport April 14, 2015 0

I love coaching lawyers because they tend to be smart, passionate about justice and generally receptive to logic and direct feedback. The following is my perspective on what makes lawyers different from many

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Online Coaching: The Next Step in Technology and Client Service

Online Coaching: The Next Step in Technology and Client Service

Patrick Williams March 4, 2015 0

As the ways in which we can communicate online become more common and available, so do the ways in which we can offer our services to and connect with our clients

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Happiness is an Option for Lawyers: Creating Success and Fulfillment in Work and Life

Happiness is an Option for Lawyers: Creating Success and Fulfillment in Work and Life

Maynard Brusman January 12, 2012 0

In the increasingly demanding world lawyers face; many lawyers desire to achieve professional success, a fulfilling life, and true happiness. However, achieving both their personal and professional goals sometimes proves to be very difficult.

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Effective Stress Management for the Seriously Curious Attorney

Effective Stress Management for the Seriously Curious Attorney

Maynard Brusman January 11, 2012 0

In the demanding world attorneys face, effective stress management is an essential skill. Managing stress allows you to excel in the workplace while maintaining a well-balanced, healthy lifestyle

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How to Create an Attitude of Gratitude

How to Create an Attitude of Gratitude

Maynard Brusman January 10, 2012 1

Gratitude unlocks the fullness of life. It turns what we have into enough, and more. It turns denial into acceptance, chaos to order, confusion to clarity. It can turn a meal into a feast,

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Board Dialogue as a Source of Competitive Advantage

Board Dialogue as a Source of Competitive Advantage

Charles Smith December 15, 2011 0

Boards that work well have a constructive critical dialogue among Board members and senior management. This open dialogue is a prime determinant and indicator of Board effectiveness.

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The Roots and Emergence of Coaching

The Roots and Emergence of Coaching

Vikki Brock October 27, 2011 0

The author provides the most authoritative account to date regarding the history of professional coaching

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TEAM: Project Team Environmental Analysis

TEAM: Project Team Environmental Analysis

William Bergquist October 5, 2011 0

TEAM is a coaching tool that can be used when working with a client who wishes to assess and potentially redesign his or her project team

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The Challenges Facing Contemporary Professional Coaches and Their Clients

The Challenges Facing Contemporary Professional Coaches and Their Clients

William Bergquist September 22, 2011 0

Serving as an organizational coach, I met over lunch recently with a client who has just moved into a position of leadership in his high tech corporation. Robert is now Vice President of Human

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Collaborating for Survival and Success: Organizational Coaching Strategies to Meet Unique Opportunities and Challenges

Collaborating for Survival and Success: Organizational Coaching Strategies to Meet Unique Opportunities and Challenges

William Bergquist September 15, 2011 0

Organizational boundaries as we knew them in the 20th Century are becoming sources of “troubling ambiguity.” Boundaries that once steadfastly defined economies, societies, industries, companies, and employees are being redrawn, reconceived and redesigned

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