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The Goal setting Pyramid

Here are some easy-to-follow instructions – all on one page! The Goal setting Pyramid is a PowerPoint document and it has 2 columns: Business and Personal. I have imported small boxes below each column in line with each category of Goals: Process goals, Performance goals, End goals, and Dream goals. Enter your goals ensuring that they are SMART (Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic, or Time bound) in…

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Achievement!

The Definition of to Achieve according to Webster’s concise dictionary is “to accomplish something or to win or attain as by effort or skill” . Yep that applies. At first, I thought earning this Professional Certified Coach (PCC) designation would be easy yet I  can assure you that it wasn’t and for good reason because the International Coach Federation (ICF) expects discipline,  knowledge and the use…

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Five keys to creating a TRUST-GROUNDED team

Anyone who’s managed other people for any length of time knows one thing for certain: Human beings are a complex species, and always not especially rational one. Most of us have seen our colleagues and subordinates make decisions and take actions that, on their surface, don’t seem to make a great deal of sense, such as choosing to lie, adopting a hostile attitude, refusing to…

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A Networking Book goes to Washington

I’ve got great news to share and I’m truly honored! I’ve been selected as a speaker at the International Coach Federation (ICF) Global conference called ICF Converge2017 on August 24-26, 2017 in Washington DC…a career highlight for me and yes, Networking had a lot to do with it. I will help coaches learn how to network, to raise their awareness to the benefits of connecting…

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To Create Trust, Lead with Vulnerability

It’s a dog-eat-dog world out there. Ours is an era of increasing competition, and only the strong survive. We’ve always got to be smarter, tougher, more nimble, quicker on our feet, and more ruthless than the next guy if we’re going to “get ahead” – and woe to us if we’re off our game, even for a moment. Or so we’re led to believe. Business…

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