Do you struggle with writing? Whether it’s a report you need to write, a blog post or even your first book, we all need to produce convincing, compelling and persuasive copy. Stephanie Chandler is my guest blogger today. She’s the author of The Read More
Sometimes the best way to have a constructive conversation is to give a little less advice and ask a few more questions. When you shift from giving advice and offering solutions to asking questions, you might at first feel a Read More
If there were a proven elixir for unlocking worker potential, you can bet that leaders and managers around the world would be guzzling it by the gallon. So far, there doesn’t appear to be any such potion. But there are Read More
The bigger thing to do might be to give in gracefully.
Meet Bernie Banks. He’s a noted expert on the subjects of leadership and organizational change. He retired in 2016 from the US Army as brigadier general. Prior to that, he successfully led West Point’s Department of Behavioral Sciences and Leadership, Read More
Good coaching is critical to success in every field. So is adopting (and mastering!) the right mentality. With a focus on medicine and sports, these Twofer pieces offer insights gleaned from interviews with industry experts, offering tips on how we Read More
Look at your own skills and gifts. Look at the people around you, who may help. You already have the answer you need.
Mark McGuinness is a trained psychotherapist, a poet and a coach. For the last 20 years, Mark has dedicated himself to coaching ambitious creative professionals in fulfilling their potential — creatively, personally, professionally and financially. He’s also the author of Productivity for Creative People, Read More
I know there are times when you’re showing up at your job and you’re not as excited as you might be. You’ve kind of lost the zest and the juice of the work you’re doing. If that rings true for you, Read More