Coaching for Company Wide Results
Being in charge is different than taking charge. Speak confidently through ambiguity and risk, focus on your organization’s goals, and unleash productive creativity.
Coaching for Individuals
Leaders are developed not born. Understanding your responses is the basis of building the skills of leadership. Enhance your ability to see the big picture while implementing the necessary changes for personal and team growth.
Training for Organizations
Teams need to work together to produce together. Each team develops a method of interacting. When the patterns are recognized, the patterns can change from destructive to productive.
Focus on Your Needs
Your organization is different than any other organization. Recently, you have recognized an area that is not working as well as it should be working. During a company-wide meeting, a division gathering, or a program-wide assembly is the perfect time to address the issue. Working with you, the speaker can present information such as: Anxiety’s Influence, Monitoring Personal Reactions, the Decision Making Process, or other areas of concern.
This is What We Can Create Together
Companies only succeed and grow when people are able to make those hard decisions. Heading into uncharted territory is not for the fearful or uncertain leader.
Employees who feel heard and that
Teams Built on Trust & Innovation
Your team may be filled with highly skilled people with a plethora of experience, yet the team can’t seem to get things done. The team may be unknowingly sabotaging its self. Productivity is based on how people interact with each other.
Extremely Flexible Professionals
Challenges are accomplished by people who are ready to see the big picture and move forward. Our training is the foundation of flexible employees.
From the ‘Curiousity Cure’ Blog
An organization’s ability to create new solutions is directly related to the health of their Anxiety Management System. Unfortunately, most organizations don’t know they have such a system and can’t diagnose how to change it. The other day, a friend asked me “What...
In a previous post, Emotionally Reactive Leadership, I discussed how arbitrary, knee jerk, and heel digging decisions are a manifestation of emotional reactivity (ER). While it is easy to identify leaders who habitually use ER as a basis of making decisions, it is...
In an earlier previous post, called Decision Making Process, I compared leadership that stems from emotional reactivity (ER) to leadership based on a person’s level of differentiation of self. I would like to spend this week exploring how ER negatively influences a...
When life is calm and things are working, almost anybody can pass themselves off as a good leader. The true essense of a leader shows up when a crisis hits. In the past 3 months, we have seen a wide gamut of leadership abilities as the country faced the virus pandemic...
For the past 50 days, I’ve listened to a lot of people discuss the personal impact of the nationwide lock down. I continue to hear similar themes in the conversations. People are expressing their anxiety, fear, and hopelessness. This growing trend is important to...
Have you noticed a growing trend in today’s business? Many businesses are closed. Wait a minute, we’ve been told by the government that we need to close! This is true, many businesses have been shuttered as the country fights off this invading virus. Yet, there are...
Using the following question, keep track of the number of 'no' answers, and the number of 'yes' answers. As a leader, do you MOST of the time: 1. Rely on one person (manager, co-worker, employee, friend, spouse, relative) to provide support in the management of a...
Anxiety, what a terrible word. Even just hearing it can make people anxious about the fact they experience anxiety. When you are driving down the road and need to slam on the brakes, anxiety proves to be a life-saver, but usually anxiety just distracts you from being...
Recently, a client described how he was interacting with a team-mate. “I know my job, and I know what he is supposed to be doing. I just get so frustrated that he can’t finish his part on time. I find myself helping him. I tend to take those parts of his work that he...