Archive for the ‘Leadership Blog’ Category

Leadership Issues, Part 1: What Your Peers Are Saying

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Over the past 6 months, The Workplace Coach collected data from 109 business leaders about their leadership issues and concerns. To keep you on track for a successful 2018, we’ve put the survey results together with our targeted coaching advice in each area. In the first of four posts, we look at the areas leaders feel they most need to improve. FOSTERING A SENSE OF SHARED RESPONSIBILITY What leadership competencies do business leaders most want… Read More

Upgrading Your Career in 2018? We can help!

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In our culture, a well-managed career is the cornerstone of a purposeful, passionate, and successful life. To that end, our executive coaches have designed “Ask A Career Coach,” 6 free, half-hour webinars that help you create a career map that drives you forward. We will discuss assessments that can provide clarity around who you are and what you do well. Then, we will discuss tools and strategies that help you to creatively communicate your aptitude… Read More

Meet The Coach: Dr. “Rae”

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Dr. Rachel M. Elahee, more fondly known as “Dr. Rae,” is a coaching psychologist, board certified coach, certified diversity practitioner and author of “Choose You!: Reignite Your Passion For Life.” As a business owner, wife and mother of four, she has developed a keen passion for supporting the needs of executives, corporate leaders and small business owners. Dr. Rae inspires professionals to excel in the workplace through ‘everyday leadership’ by equipping her clients with the… Read More

To Become a Great Leader, Start With Yourself

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The greatest leaders are transformational leaders. They are natural influencers who know how to guide others to greater self-awareness, imparting a sense of mission, purpose and resolve –– all while keeping the greater good of the larger team and organization in focus. Transformational leaders also know that before they can lead anyone else successfully, they have to lead themselves, including by developing their own emotional intelligence and self-awareness. That’s because, contrary to conventional wisdom, true… Read More

Join us for Midlife Mastery 2017 – Sponsored by FirstSun EAP

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Midlife Mastery is a program designed specifically for director to C-Suite executives, senior leaders and business owners, ages 45 to 64, who are ready to expand their perspective, refresh their opportunities and grow professionally and personally. The 6-week videoconference program is comprised of three main elements:   • Defining success and goal setting • Assessing and leveraging strengths, values and emotional intelligence • Creating and executing a plan that is supported by positive psychology interventions that… Read More

Learning to Thrive in the Face of Workplace Change & Stress

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The World Health Organization has called stress the global health epidemic of the 21st century. And according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 25% of all employees view their job as the number one stressor in their lives. Why? In a word: Change. IBM reports that 5,247 executives in over 70 countries consider the “scope, scale and speed” of change to be increasingly disruptive. As these statistics suggest, the risk of physical and… Read More

Mindfulness + Executive Coaching = Vibrant Leader

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A recent Harvard Business Review article affirms what we’ve known for years – mindfulness based executive coaching can help leaders to identify and overcome limiting beliefs, behaviors and interpersonal difficulties. Furthermore, mindfulness based executive coaching can help leaders develop a new set of skills, including the capacity to think strategically and motivate others. Mindfulness meditation when offered in the workplace is generally not tied to specific leadership development challenges. Instead, it is currently employed by… Read More