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CC licensed image shared by flikr user HikingArtist.com Last week, our educoach chat (a twitter chat dedicated to instructional coaching and professional learning) focused on the topic of giving fe...
Feedback is the breakfast of champions...
A helpful guide for all coaches giving feedback to others.
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Resolving conflicts can be one of the hardest parts of a leader's job. Here are 10 phrases that can be used to dissolve any problem.
How to live more appreciatively http://t.co/TXRzwRo5rs
Well worth reading.
The Times’s Susan Dominus talks to the organizational psychologist Adam Grant about givers, takers and succeeding in the workplace.
Almost every week, we find new ways to remind you of the importance of embracing failure because it's such a good learning experience. While that remains true, accepting the common possibility of failure helps you, too.
Make your failures intelligent failures! Take calculated risks. Build a safety net. Have courage. Jump!
5 Steps to Strengthen Your Leadership Skills in 2013 http://t.co/Jyn4JPII
(Great thought): Lead with your strengths. Knowing what your strengths are and how to best use them may be your greatest leadership asset. More than likely, you will lead with more effectiveness, influence, and success when you are leading with your strengths.
Great steps to take. Read the complete article to gain these insights:
5 steps to sharpen your leadership style.
Be Clear About Where You’re Going
Be a Risk-Taker
Be Honoring to Your Followers Be Aware of Your “Unique"
RT @stratleade: "To Be a Leader, You Must First Become a Human Being" - Peter Senge joins BTH Art of Hosting session http://t.co/Mh6n2DJL...
Powerpoint presentation based on the book Leadership on the Line by Marty Linsky and Ronald A. Heifetz.
I’m not good at many things. Let me rephrase that. I’m not naturally good at many things. There are many people who are smarter than me, process things quicker and overall just have a b...
Over the course of his career, Dave Fecak has scheduled thousands of interviews at a wide array of companies and organizations.
Leaders, like other staff, go through a process of development. In this article, they talk about the progression...
How to keep learning when people think you know it all. By Matthew D. Lieberman, Ph.D....
We cannot make other people act as we’d wish, but we can become aware of when we act in ways that lead to problems in relationships.
Ever wonder how successful people spend their weekends? Here are 14 things they do (or should be doing).
Want to suck the motivation out of your people?
I've noticed that I have a tendency not to notice that I'm suffering, and I suspect that a lot of other people do this too.
Recently, I received some less than stellar information about a research project that I am involved in. I felt frustrated - unhappily contemplating what might happen next. My mind seem to be racing into negative oblivion, and I had to intervene quickly to stop the process.
Mostly common sense, but so true !
(From the article): Interestingly, our brains may be wired to selectively pay more attention to negative information. As a result, over-reaction and panic can often occur. However, utilizing "bad" news wisely - can become a clear contributor to future success and survival. Predictably, most of us need a plan, to wade through the emotional "muck" and reach the safe shore on the other side.
A client and I were talking about how he felt disconnected from his team because of his travel schedule.
“The arrogance of success is to think that what you did yesterday will be sufficient for tomorrow.” William Pollard Organizations fail because leaders fail and leaders fail because they...
RT @KevinMartineau 15 thoughts to ponder about the importance of slowing down http://t.co/TWuJLqRG #personalgrowth #leadership...
Does your coach use these great tools: Emotional intelligence, neuro-linguistic programming and appreciative inquiry?
Trust me. When's the last time you actually believed those words on the job? If your answer is a long time ago, you're not alone.
Feedback Should Go Both Ways (When you give feedback to your staff is it a one-way dialogue or do you encourage a mutual exchange?
The myth has become a powerful metaphor, but it's one we should challenge By Christian Jarrett, Ph.D... (Left brain / right brain - there's a lot more to how your brain really works!