Virtual Training

Gone are the days requiring you to be face-to-face in order to lead and train effectively. Virtual training is beginning to be the norm in organizations across the globe, but not all virtual training is equal when it comes to impact and effectiveness. It takes the right training facilitator to lead an impactful and effective…

Making Stress Work for You

Every day, we are inundated with ideas on how to reframe our perspectives around different issues. A new diet to help reframe our relationship with food, a digital course on how to change the way we manage finances, a self-help book on how to better understand where your spouse is coming from during an argument.…

Coaching the Whole Leader

Imagine this. Crowded cocktail party. A couple spots you from across the room. The gentleman (your client) whispers to his partner who then turns and nearly knocks over a waiter and his tray of bubbling champagne flutes as she determinedly rushes towards you. “I want to thank you,” she says, grabbing your hand, pulling you…

Failing with Style

The playwright Samuel Beckett once said, “Ever tried. Ever failed. No matter. Try again. Fail again. Fail better.” If we didn’t give ourselves permission to fail, then we’d never learn what we needed to learn in order to eventually succeed. In order for people to fail better, we need leaders and managers who can appreciate how people fail.…