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Professionals in Philanthropy Storytelling workshop

Professionals in Philanthropy (PiP) workshop information:

 

Once Upon a Time…

There was a powerful group of women and men who were determined to make a difference in the world. 383 more words

Non-profit Management

Deliberate Practice

As a coach, I do a lot of reading of how to improve my practices and make them more efficient and effective. Efficiency from the standpoint of having little to no wasted time, while keeping everyone engaged and focused on the task at hand. 272 more words

Fulfillment

Life Hacks for Left-Brain Thinkers

Those who identify as “left-brain” thinkers tend to be more on the analytic and logical side of the spectrum of thought. Law, finance, engineering and the sciences are some of the many industries that those analytical types tend to fall into. 391 more words

Cydcor

Evolution

One of the biggest determinants of success and sustained success is evolution.  It can mean the difference between one or two good years and a lengthy career.   421 more words

Coaching

Strengths and Natural Talent?… Or 10,000 Hours of Deliberate Practice?

Thought leaders hold conflicting views on strengths. On the one hand, research from Gallup (Now, Discover Your Strengths, Strengthsfinder 2.0) suggests that our innate strengths create the best route for growth and success. 199 more words

John K Coyle

Strengths and Natural Talent?... Or 10,000 Hours of Deliberate Practice?

Thought leaders hold conflicting views on strengths. On the one hand, research from Gallup (Now, Discover Your Strengths, Strengthsfinder 2.0) suggests that our innate strengths create the best route for growth and success. 199 more words

Art Of Really Living

Automatic Creativity

When do you come with your most interesting and creative ideas? If you are like most people, you say “in the shower,” “while driving,” or “while out for a walk.” Or, if you are a particularly pessimistic person, “right before I go to sleep so I have no possibility of writing it down before it’s sucked up into my inevitable nightmares.” 589 more words

Writing