Perspectives

The “Big Reset.” What’s Next for You?

The “Big Reset.” What’s Next for You?

Congratulations! You survived a once-in-100-year crisis that brought the world to a standstill, and you've lived in relative isolation for over a year. The challenges have been many, and finally, with national vaccination rates ticking upward, there’s growing...

COVID: Crisis and Opportunity

COVID: Crisis and Opportunity

Yes, This Crisis Can Be a Positive Catalyst for Personal and Professional GrowthEvery crisis tests our resilience. Some people become paralyzed while others excel. Will the past be a prologue or is this a time for growth and advancement? 2021 is a new year and an...

Can Your Mindset Change Your Life?

Can Your Mindset Change Your Life?

Will a Changed Mindset be the Key to Achieving Your Goals? Woody Allen is often attributed with saying that, “Eighty percent of success in life is showing up.” As you roll your eyes, I can hear you saying, “if only it were that easy” and, of course, life isn’t so easy...

Change Leadership and Workforce Transformation

Change Leadership and Workforce Transformation

In a year that’s bursting with headline-grabbing news for companies large and small, an important historical transformation continues to unfold. Baby Boomers — the generation synonymous with post World War II US economic expansion and world-class productivity are...

Successful Change Leadership Begins With You

Successful Change Leadership Begins With You

Mark Sanborn, the leadership expert and professional lecturer, may nail topics on C-Suite Predictions, but when it comes to universal concepts of the passage of time, John Lennon has him beat.

“Life is what happens to you while you’re busy making other plans.”

Executive Coaching gave me an opportunity to analyze each goal, to explore numerous possibilities and potential outcomes from both action and inaction. Verbally thinking through the issues and possible solutions help sort through concurrent projects and problems which I wasn’t addressing with actionable strategies. The word empowerment comes to mind in describing what was most beneficial.

- Executive Director

The process of articulating my thinking allowed me to identify specific areas of focus and strategies to support my success. The aspect of personal accountability was extremely helpful. Positive feedback helped me to look more closely and reflect on my practice in a structured setting giving me new insights into my work.

- Principal

Dan’s coaching empowered me beyond anything I had imagined. Goals seem finite in comparison to my growth as a leader, and in turn the growth of my staff. From executive coaching, I’ve found that I had the answers most of the time. When I asked for help I found a wealth of knowledge from my executive coach.

- President