It’s hard to get out of bed when you’ve got intimidating meetings on the calendar. What to do? With a little intention, you’ll find ease in your discomfort.
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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.
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…
It would be a weird time among Covid-19 to launch something so significant except for the fact that the entire world needs coaches right now.
Fundamentally I believe managing is like parenting. You never graduate. You will continue to hone these skills for your entire career – delegation, patience, managing UP, building trust, etc.
Download it, print it, go find a mug of something warm and spend some time figuring out where you’re going. A year is going to pass either way; far better that you have your hands on the wheel!
I am starting to seriously doubt my future with the company I currently work for. How do you know it’s time to leave? If it’s not time to leave, how do you make staying seem like a better option? Boy, this is a popular question. I want to start by saying that work and life…