The Mentor Pack allows questions to flow both directions — between mentor and mentee — and it also includes a thick stack of cards worth talking about.
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Thoughts on Adult Development in the Workplace by Jen Dary
So now I’m 9 years into coaching and instead of reflecting on the business this year, I’m going to reflect on the ways being a coach has changed me as a person. Because it has.
The world benefits from making you feel scared about the future and there are days when it feels like the sky is falling. Here’s what I have to say: be smart and make good choices…
“Recently I had to give critical feedback to a teammate. When will I get comfortable with someone else’s discomfort? I worry that this is a skill that’s holding me back.”
This Fall we will have one group for New Managers and one for Senior Managers.
Watching cohorts come together is an endless source of curiosity for me. If the curriculum is (largely) the same, if I am (largely) the same, what makes a group coalesce — or not?
How do you join a company with power? What goes into building relationships? And what should happen during your first round of 1:1s? I have some ideas.
Everything is Fine is a course designed to support modern employees in a tumultuous world. Students will learn how to define their own limitations, work with frustrating colleagues, build community and set boundaries.
Even if you are not a fitness expert, you may have heard the term “leg day.” Cross-training is the idea that you’re going to exercise in a variety of ways in order to improve performance. To that end, one day you’ll focus on legs, another on arms. Maybe another on core. How can this metaphor relate…
We’re thrilled to announce the second year of our So Now You’re a Manager Equity Scholarship.
If you’re looking for a self-paced day of reflection, audacious dreaming and a break from the norm, check out more details about the 2021 Plucky Day of Big Dreaming!
I have a theory about healthy, fulfilled working adults. I use this often in coaching, particularly when someone is struggling to figure out the current purpose of work in their lives.