Where Does Your Future Live? Doug Fisher The future has an impact on us. It affects how we feel and the actions we take. It’s not what we have had in the past, but how the future looks to us that has the greater… Read More.
Resolve to Make No More New Year’s Resolutions Doug Fisher I’d like to speak about creating 2019. Many people I have spoken with have given up making New Year’s resolutions; it seems we humans are largely ineffective in changing habits (you can read more about… Read More.
Get a “Panda” + 9 More Ways to Replace Your Bad Habits With Good Ones Kari Granger As a leadership coach, by and large my clients hire me because they want to achieve something that they’re unable to do on their own. Through coaching, we… Read More.
Loving Stuff That Doesn’t Matter Doug Fisher A study by researchers at Stanford University found that people who frequently switch between several streams of media (e.g. email, internet, text messaging, instant messenger, social networking, etc.) do not perform as well as those who prefer to… Read More.
How to Recover When Your Bad Mood Shows Up at Work Sheila K. Wright Executive Leadership Coach I am at dinner with a colleague and she tells me over butternut squash soup that I was cranky the entire month of August and part of September…. Read More.
The “Victim”. We all have them in our life, maybe you are one of them, maybe you work with one, or maybe you are married to one. One thing I have learned in the last 15 years as a coach, there are two things that no one… Read More.
The sports arena is not the only place game-changing plays are made. We make them in business deals, in our career, in relationships, through innovations, strategic visions, and more. In the non-profit world, lives are dedicated to “changing the game” in areas that need it… Read More.
I work with people who want performance and results — making stuff work exceptionally well: organizations, projects, strategy, bosses, team members, direct reports, personal relationships, health, play, retirement, family, balance, finances, etc. — basically, life. Sometimes the conversations focus on big new ventures or colossal failures, but more often… Read More.
This is a 2-part series on accountability. In Part 1 we started at the beginning with self-accountability. Accountability always begins with oneself. After addressing accountability with ourselves, we now move to address how to conduct ourselves in a way that elevates the accountability in the world around us. Because… Read More.