Tag: business coaching

Expert Series: Turning Doubtful Executives into Coaching Advocates Part 4

In the first three articles of this series, I shared how to engage corporate skeptics in coaching. In this fourth article, I examine how to approach mindfulness with hesitant executives. “I’m the Smartest Person in the Room. Why Do I Need Mindfulness?” Coaching executives have unique challenges, and resistance to mindfulness practices is one of […]

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Expert Series: Turning Doubtful Executives into Coaching Advocates Part 3

In the first two articles in this series, I shared how to engage corporate skeptics in coaching. In this third article, I examine the power of brain-based questions to engage executives in coaching. “I’m Successful Because I’m a Leader Who Has All the Answers” Organizations have recruited and rewarded leaders who are knowledgeable, skilled and […]

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Expert Series: Turning Doubtful Executives into Coaching Advocates Part 2

In the first article in this series, I shared how a brain-based approach to coaching can win over corporate skeptics. In this second article, I examine the resistance and ultimate connection that skeptical executives can create with their emotions through neuroscience. “I’m Not Going To Have To Get Emotional, Am I?” I love this question […]

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Expert Series: Turning Doubtful Executives into Coaching Advocates Part 1

Expert Series: Turning Doubtful Executives into Coaching Advocates Part 1 I created and led the executive coaching practice at a Fortune 100 health insurance company. While executives showed an interest in coaching for senior leaders, they were skeptical about coaching as a profession and as a method of accelerating development.  When you lead a coaching […]

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