Yearly Archives: 2017

12 Tips for Holiday Networking for Job Seekers

By |2024-01-25T15:48:58+00:00December 14th, 2017|Career Coaching|

By Phyllis Mufson

The holiday season, with its plethora of parties and social gatherings, is a great time to make and renew connections with friends, family, and colleagues. And if you’re in the middle of searching for a new job or career opportunities, it’s also a great time for quality networking!

Facilitating Through Resistance

By |2024-01-25T15:48:58+00:00October 27th, 2017|Business Strategies, Coaching Techniques|

by Ingrid Bens

Anyone who supports people through change knows that resistance crops up all the time. People push back on everything from altering their behavior to implementing needed next steps. Sometimes they vocalize their resistance, but more often they keep it to themselves. They pretend to go along, while deep down, they hang on to […]

How to Have More Fun, Make More Money, and Work Less – Using A Software Coaching Platform

By |2024-01-25T15:48:58+00:00September 24th, 2017|Business Strategies, Running a Small Business|

by Brian Geery

Brian will lead a conversation about reaping the numerous benefits of leveraging coaching software platforms to take your coaching to the next level. He’ll share what he has learned about coaching software tools, including his take on a few vendors and why he chose the software platform he currently uses. He’ll also talk […]

The Power of Coaching Questions

By |2024-01-25T15:48:58+00:00August 9th, 2017|Coaching Techniques|

by Michael J. Kline, Certified RIM Master and Canfield Success Coach

Coaches know the importance of powerful questions. We know why we ask the questions, but do we always know what to ask and when? Certain questions seem to have a way of opening up issues and answers, of expanding the clients’ hearts and minds […]

Uh-Oh, What Do I Do Now?

By |2024-01-25T15:48:58+00:00June 30th, 2017|Coaching Techniques|

Challenges and Adventures in Coaching

By Dr. Leslie Austin

Most professional coaches, consultants, and managers choose to do the work they do because a) they like working with other people, and b) they are service-oriented and want to be helpful and useful to other people. But as surely as the sun rises in the east every […]

Leadership is Easier than You Think

By |2024-01-25T15:48:58+00:00June 5th, 2017|Leadership|

by Jackie Simmons

“Leaders” are often not the elected or even the ones who say: “Follow me”. Especially in business, saying “Follow me” is often a recipe for broke-ness, especially when you are starting a new venture or expanding into a new market.

For Margret, leadership was the furthest thing from her mind! She had recently […]

Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT): A Transformational Approach to Self-Improvement

By |2024-01-25T15:48:58+00:00May 31st, 2017|Coaching Techniques|

by: Dani Fox

People everywhere are stuck.  Many of us have an unconscious tendency to get stuck in compulsive behavior patterns, dysfunctional lifestyles, or reliving traumas and pain from the past.   We can get trapped in a never-ending cycle of stress which leaves us feeling tired, sick, sad and anxious. Our quality of life becomes diminished […]

Speak the Truth: Using Theatre Training to Evoke Authenticity

By |2024-01-25T15:48:59+00:00May 2nd, 2017|Coaching Techniques|

By Kate Alexander, Associate Director, Florida Studio Theatre and Founder of the FST Theatre School

In our relationships with other people we all seek and often assume a mutual basis of truth in our communications with each other.  As coaches, counselors, consultants, therapists, health providers and human resources people (among others), finding ways to express ourselves […]

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