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How to apply first principles to your coaching practice

Applying First Principles to Coaching

As a coach, your primary goal is to help individuals or teams achieve their desired outcomes. However, this can be a complex process, requiring a deep understanding of the problem at hand, innovative thinking, and effective problem-solving skills. One approach that can help you navigate this complexity is to apply…


Look Back Before You Go Forward

Remember that we started this conversation in January with my Plan-Execute-Measure system - well, last week was the final week of execution. And I know that because my calendar has reminders. I spent last week reviewing the results and activities. This quarter was an exceedingly tough one where three family…


7 Tips for Improving Your Culture Post Covid-19

“Positive culture is a vital aspect of running a business–more than 50% of executives say corporate culture influences productivity, creativity, profitability, firm value, and growth rates. These corporate culture statistics outline how important culture is in attracting, retaining, and satisfying employees.” - Currently, the new struggle is finding ways…


Take These 3 Steps to Overcome Overwhelm

  Have you had the feeling of being so overwhelmed at work that your well-being, sleep, and energy levels are impacted?  I find that the answer to this issue is to implement a 3-step plan. I follow this plan each year. Step 1: Forget balance, make the right commitments. So…


Big Data

Why companies of all sizes need to develop a data strategyWhile the first internet interactions date back to the 1960s when the US Department of Defense used packet switching to allow multiple computers to communicate on a single network, the internet became more widely known and recognized in the 1990s…


Design Thinking

What two words are the biggest killers of innovation and thinking outside the box? “Yes, but”. We’ve all been there in the typical office meeting and brainstorming sessions under the guise of coming up with new ideas, someone musters the courage to introduce something new or different and without even…


Is Tolerance the Same as Diversity?

Recently, I spent 2 weeks in London and I met a wonderful couple from Pakistan.  As we were driving through their neighborhood, they both commented that many of their neighbors are Jewish but it’s fine because they are very “tolerant”. For a moment, I thought this is a good thing…

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Expert Coaching, Custom Strategies, Measurable Outcomes

Metrics Drive Outcomes

Metrics Drive Outcomes A great company needs a great management team that understand the only way to improve a process is to define who you are, decide where you want to be and then constantly measures the progress in closing the gap. Good metrics should be clearly defined, measurable and…