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Four Steps to Delegate More Effectively

When we’ve asked leaders what change they would make to become more effective, one of the most common answers is, “I would delegate more.” However, there is such a thing as inappropriate delegation, which can do more harm than good. Therefore, the goal is not merely to delegate more, but to delegate more effectively.  Effective delegation can empower a team,…

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Top executives are generally strapped for time and therefore very action-oriented. They like to quickly tick off tasks on their to-do list and move on to the next pressing issue. Interestingly, this can lead to a behavioral tendency that doesn’t always serve them well.  The Problem Leaders often believe that…

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Closing new coaching engagements is rewarding but can be challenging, too. When executive coaches, after several meetings and calls with prospective clients, still hear a “no,” they’re left wondering: What do clients want? To answer this question, we first need to consider what clients don’t value as much as many…

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Everyone loves a great story. For thousands of years, stories have taken people on emotional journeys, changed their patterns of thinking, and moved them to action. A powerful way to create greater impact in your practice is to harness the power of storytelling in your coaching.    The Power of…

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Beat Inertia with this Simple Exercise

Happiness and meaning – the two things we all want more of in our lives. However, how much of happiness and meaning are we actually experiencing on a daily basis? The answer is probably “not enough.”  The uncomfortable truth is that our default response in life is not to act…

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