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Anger

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Articles on Anger, from an EQ perspective!

Anger is the #1 most misunderstood, and disrespected, of our feelings.  Learn what you can, as Anger can also change your life, for the better! 


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Achieve Success by Stepping out of Your Comfort Zone

Achieve Success by Stepping out of Your Comfort Zone | Coaching Leaders | Scoop.it
You have two choices when taking on a project that you feel is beyond your expertise. You can succumb to the fear of failure and walk away or see it as an opportunity to challenge yourself and develop new skills.

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Mentoring and Coaching Tools

Mentoring and Coaching Tools | Coaching Leaders | Scoop.it
Does your coach use these great tools: Emotional intelligence, neuro-linguistic programming and appreciative inquiry?

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Wise Leadership - HBR viewpoint.

Hirotaka Takeuchi and Ikujiro Nonaka, authors of the HBR article "The Wise Leader," explain how the best executives strive for the common good.
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Friendship for sale (30% off!)

Friendship for sale (30% off!) | Coaching Leaders | Scoop.it
Whether we are aware of it or not, many of us "trade" for friendship by doing things for others in the hope of buying their approval or by doing whatever it take to please them, even if that goes against our own better judgement.
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Take Ownership of Your Actions by Taking Responsibility

Take Ownership of Your Actions by Taking Responsibility | Coaching Leaders | Scoop.it
Help is not coming....

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A Great Team is the Sum of its Parts-Courageous Teambuilding Tips

A Great Team is the Sum of its Parts-Courageous Teambuilding Tips | Coaching Leaders | Scoop.it

How we act and communicate sets the course for success or difficulty with our team and colleagues. Leading my example is critical. The most effective members of a team are those individuals who can accept both their strengths and weaknesses; using both to develop ===>proactive <=== success strategies. Great team leading is a component of any successful business or enterprise.

 

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http://justcoachit.com/blog/2011/09/08/team-building-tips/

 


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Most of the teams that I've participated with had active leaders, but few had active followers. Leading by Example works well when combined with active work on the Team's Dynamics

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Why You Didn't Get the Job

Why You Didn't Get the Job | Coaching Leaders | Scoop.it
Over the course of his career, Dave Fecak has scheduled thousands of interviews at a wide array of companies and organizations.

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Leaders Never Act in a Vacuum

Leaders Never Act in a Vacuum | Coaching Leaders | Scoop.it
As leaders, we have to set the pace. We never act in a vacuum. Others are watching. We have to keep our commitments—even when we overcommit.

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How Women Lead Differently, And Why It Matters

How Women Lead Differently, And Why It Matters | Coaching Leaders | Scoop.it
I think it's time women have a candid conversation about power. It's a conversation that will impact men and needs to include them. Together, we've reached a population of 7 billion; in another 38 years, we'll rise to 9 billion.

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Merci pour votre RS!
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Tips for Breaking Bad Habits and Developing Good Habits

Tips for Breaking Bad Habits and Developing Good Habits | Coaching Leaders | Scoop.it

Most of life is habitual. You do the same things you did yesterday, the day before and every day for the last month. It’s estimated that out of every 11,000 signals we receive from our senses, our brain only consciously processes 40.


Habits, good or bad, make you who you are. The key is controlling them. If you know how to change your habits, then even a small effort can create big changes.


I’ve been using these techniques for years to re-engineer many aspects of my life. That includes overhauling my diet, exercising regularly, cutting out television, and bulking my e-mail and work routines.

 

Little changes that, when put on autopilot, can result in an improved quality of life.


Here are some tips to get you started:...


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Obstacles to Understanding

Obstacles to Understanding | Coaching Leaders | Scoop.it
Posted in Leadership Developmenthttp://centennialinc.com/three-obstacles-betweem-hearing-and-understanding/I had the opportunity, thanks to Lead Change member Mike Sipple Jr.

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20 Amazing Facts About Your Brain

20 Amazing Facts About Your Brain | Coaching Leaders | Scoop.it
The human brain is amazing and the more I read about it the more fascinated I become with not only it's limitations, but also it's immense power.
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Mentoring vs Coaching

Mentoring vs Coaching | Coaching Leaders | Scoop.it
There has been a great deal of research done into the different roles of Coaches and Mentors and I think you can simplify much of this as follows. A coach is required when you would like to acceler...
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Culture is the most important asset a leader can create.

Culture is the most important asset a leader can create. | Coaching Leaders | Scoop.it
Check out my related articles: Conflict is Necessary for Innovation Leading to an Adaptive Culture Generalizations Aren’t Bad (RT @EricJRomeroPhD: <: Culture is the most important asset a leader can create.
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Out with the old, in with the old | Deloitte

Out with the old, in with the old | Deloitte | Coaching Leaders | Scoop.it
Deloitte head of strategic change says it is time for a radical review of leadership development programs: http://t.co/MRqIqtGX #DeloitteSA...
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Micromanagement - Learn how to avoid it! - Online Management Training from MindTools.com

Micromanagement - Learn how to avoid it! - Online Management Training from MindTools.com | Coaching Leaders | Scoop.it
Do you suffer from being micromanaged? Could you even be a micromanager yourself? Either way, micromanagement will limit your success. So learn to spot the symptoms and what you can do about it, whether you're the victim or the culprit.
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The Enlightened Manager Blog: Are Managers Psychologists-in-Disguise?

The Enlightened Manager Blog: Are Managers Psychologists-in-Disguise? | Coaching Leaders | Scoop.it
If you're in the world of human performance improvement, you might be called by a lot of different titles. Consultant. Trainer. Manager. President. I've been called by all those titles, and sometimes it feels like they are masks for my real passion - organizational psychology.

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Managers, how do you treat your weakest employees? | Chartered Management Institute

Managers, how do you treat your weakest employees? | Chartered Management Institute | Coaching Leaders | Scoop.it

Winston Churchill famously said that you can judge the civillity of a society by looking at the way it treats its weakest members. The phrase has been adjusted by many significant thinkers down the years. Ghandi for instance believed how we treated animals determined how we could be viewed as a society, whilst Dostoyevsky believed prisoners provided the window into our heart.


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6 Career-Propelling Secrets Your Boss May Not Even Know

6 Career-Propelling Secrets Your Boss May Not Even Know | Coaching Leaders | Scoop.it
Today I'm happy to introduce a guest post by Larry Myler, the author of Indispensable By Monday (Wiley & Sons), and a renowned strategy and profitability consultant and coach.  It's worth learning the traits that can make you a career superhero.
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The Surprising Secret to Selling Yourself | Harvard Business Review

The Surprising Secret to Selling Yourself | Harvard Business Review | Coaching Leaders | Scoop.it
Focus on your potential, not your track record.

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Why Leadership Sucks!

Why Leadership Sucks! | Coaching Leaders | Scoop.it
It’s amazing to me the number of people in leadership positions who say that “the people part” of their job is the toughest. They say things like “my people just don’t care” and “it’s lonely at the...

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5 Leadership Lessons You Won't Learn in B-School

5 Leadership Lessons You Won't Learn in B-School | Coaching Leaders | Scoop.it
Forget vision, passion, and other B-school platitudes. Here are the nitty gritty details on what makes leaders great.First he spoke about the importance of inspiration. Then he talked about the power of passion.

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Great article!  A read for anyone who sees themselves as a learning leader.

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Is Irrepressible Optimism Really The Most Important Thing For a Leader?

Lately, I've been thinking about the line about leadership and optimism that Condoleezza Rice said: “The single greatest need of a leader is irrepressible optimism.” It's a great sound byte. Instantly, all the note-takers dove ...
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Rapport - My Own Coach

Rapport - My Own Coach | Coaching Leaders | Scoop.it

Have you ever had the experience of someone who you just click with? Those situations where, even though you may be meeting them for the first time, this person seems like an old friend?

 

This is an example of what psychologists call rapport. Being able to get into rapport with other people isn't just a key for successful influence; it's also one of the most fun, enjoyable & relaxing skills you can learn. People simply like to be around people who can get into rapport with them.

 

You may think that getting into rapport is natural and spontaneous and cannot be forced. However, there are specific skills you can learn that enhance rapport and improve your ability to communicate effectively.


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People and Change consultant, 25 years experience in Organisation Development. Executive coach. Very experienced facilitator and team developer.