Working Resources for Leadership

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Blog Tags:leadership, executive coaching, leadership coaching, career coaching, emotional intelligence, leadership development, leadership consulting, coaching executives, lawyer coaching
Country:United States
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Location:San Francisco

You can expect to read practical and provocative information and get resources and tips from a workplace expert on how to assess, select, coach and retain emotionally intelligent people to achieve breakthrough business results.



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The way we live and work has changed tremendously over the past nine months. In many organizations, this shift occurred in a matter of weeks, if not days. As leaders offered greater flexibility, employees quickly adapted to new demands and learned an...

Making amends builds resilience, for individuals, and organizations. Leaders who can admit to their mistakes can make them meaningful. They can masterfully lead through mistakes.

The Blame Game

on Nov 4, 2020

According to psychologist Saul Rosenzweig, we experience frustration and anger—often the triggers of the blame game—based on our personality categories: Extrapunitive: Prone to unfairly blame others Impunitive: Denies that failure has occurred o...

When we feel responsible for an organization, and we’re confronted with the consequences of a mistake of an employee, we are quick to react with judgment and condemnation. After all, leaders are not immune from being wrong.

To be sure, mistakes vary in degree, and depending on the consequences, additional actions may be required, including consulting with a legal professional. But when we make an insensitive comment, send a message without having all the facts or consid...

We live in a celebrity culture where leaders, and especially CEOs, are expected to be perfect examples. They are held up as icons. We don’t like to admit they have flaws, or that the traits that make them special can also lead to failure.

Business leaders today are not exempt from making mistakes. While we like to believe their judgment is getting better, certain behaviors make them vulnerable to err, such as mindset failures, delusions, mismanagement, and patterns of unsuccessful (or...







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