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How To Lead Others Through Change

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If I asked you to complete the following sentence with just one word what word would you choose?

Change is_____.

Your answer may run the full gamut from change is good or change is bad. You may describe change as challenging or difficult or exciting or scary. Ultimately the most accurate and universal answer of all is quite simply.. Change is inevitable

Change is taking place - - like it or not. 

My question to you is: How important is it to you to have an understanding of how you respond to change, and how others around you (boss, team, coworkers) respond to that change?

In today’s podcast, I will share with you what I believe to be specific steps you can take to effectively lead others through change and steps for leading yourself through change. 

So here are a few considerations I believe are important for you as an emerging...

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Love and Relationships: The Joy and Pain of Creating my Best Life

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Have you had the experience of having to go to work immediately following a horrible argument with your significant other?

How about having to learn that your significant other wants to end the relationship just as you are walking into an important meeting?

In these instances, wouldn't it be nice to have a direct line to your coach who can help you get focused when the stakes are high and taking the day off of work is not an option?

Something I have found to be true in my 10 + years of coaching high-achieving professionals is that in most cases, the focus of our time together often expands into matters related to their personal life. 

Matters related to health, finances, spirituality and relationships. Relationships with a significant other, family members or friends. 

A Harvard Business reviews study of executive coaches...

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The Confidence Balance

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Displaying confidence seems to be an unwritten rule for getting ahead within large organizations. Those we see as displaying a outgoing personality, head held high, and they know how to say all the right things at the right time. But, is this true? 

I believe that high-achieving professionals can achieve their executive ambitions by appropriately building and applying their confidence. 

Consider two perspectives: first from Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic, Professor of business psychology at the University College London, and author of the book Confidence, and second from my experience coaching high achieving professionals. 

Professor Tomas describes two extremes of self-evaluation. On one end is overconfidence. On the other end is humility, and possibly even insecurity.

What I found particularly interesting in the book is the...

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