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I will expand on this topic later in the week, but a recent discussion prompted me to speak on this matter somewhat urgently.

This past Sunday I engaged in a brief discussion with a close friend about the litany of people going around calling themselves “executive coaches”.

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The Power of “No”: 10 Ways to Avoid Being a Yes Woman

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Executive Coach: Letter and Spirit

The more I think about it, the more I realize that Linda was right to remind me about the need to maintain exclusivity with my clients. 1,031 more words


Living and Leading on the Edge

This post takes a look at a new book that is joining the leadership field. Written by a respected leadership practitioner, it has arrived at a critical time for leaders who must contend with competing priorities and conflicting challenges, all the while trying to remain centered and focused on what needs to be done. 1,327 more words


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Practical Steps To Influence


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5 Questions Executive Teams Should Be Asking Themselves Everyday

Leadership = Fierce Conversations Required

Our lives are a series of relationships, the success or failure of which happens one conversation at a time.  The same is true for our organizations. 563 more words