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Why Executive Coaching Is a Critical Part of the CEO Journey


Have you ever thought about seeking one-on-one executive coaching? It’s a more integral part of business strategy and leadership development than most people realize. You might look at some of the top entrepreneurs of the 21st century and think, “Now that’s a self-made leader!” But with a little bit of digging into most leaders’ backgrounds,…

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Workplace Microaggressions: 15 Often Misused Words That Offend


Thanks to diversity training and heightened awareness in workplaces, many people are striving to eliminate phrases and words that can be interpreted as “microaggressions.”  A microaggression can be defined as an everyday behavior or phrase, intentional or unintentional, that indicates bias or hatred toward a historically marginalized group. Unlike overt displays of bigotry, microaggressions are…

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4 Lessons Business Leaders Can Take from Tom Brady’s Career


Another crazy NFL season, another Super Bowl ring for Tom Brady. Brady has long been the gold standard for an NFL quarterback. But more importantly, the impact he has on a football team has been a leadership lesson that transcends the NFL. Brady has had many memorable years throughout his near-two-decade tenure in the NFL,…

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3 Reasons to Do a Workplace Discrimination Investigation


Right now, we’re in an era that calls for personal – and corporate – responsibility with workplace discrimination. It’s the time of #MeToo, Black Lives Matter, Diversity Equity and Inclusion (DEI), and asking the world to simply do better when it comes to sexual harassment, racism, sexism, ageism, and other biases. Between 2010 and 2017…

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Racism, Bias, Hatred, Divisiveness – Sadly Never a Surprise, Yet Somehow Still Shocking


If you know me, you know I tend to avoid political discussions and commentary.  Some of the people closest to me don’t know whether I am a Republican or Democrat or how I feel about former President Trump or now current President Biden.  If you also know me, you know I am a big advocate…

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Introduction to Leadership and
Executive Coaching


When you think of an executive coach, what image comes to mind first? A cheerleader who comes in to boost your or your company morale? An advisor to give you insight on how you could make better operational decisions? A private trainer for those who want to climb corporate ladders? A “life” coach for people…

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Philadelphia Eagles and New York Giants: Lessons in Leadership We Can All Learn From


[Image source: Clutchpoints] The Context Eagles v. The Washington Football Team in the last week of the regular season. If Washington wins, they make the playoffs; if they lose, they go home for the year. If Philly wins, they end the season on a high note, though earn a less valuable draft pick position. If…

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Why NFL Coaches NEED Executive Coaches


Is Executive Coaching for Professional Sports Critical in 2021? A few years ago, I had the privilege of spending time with some NFL hopefuls. They were not quite high enough profile to garner an invite to the NFL combine and were still pursuing their dreams through other NFL pre-draft preparatory programs. When I met with…

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Financial Uncertainty In Business – Leadership Is Critical


What to Do With Your “A+” Talent Pink Floyd, a famous rock band from the late 20th century had a very popular song centered around the concept of becoming “comfortably numb.”  While this may be an overly dramatic way to describe what is happening with business owners’ views on top talent today, I cannot help but see the parallels to the way business…

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The Big Awkward: Part Two | Am I A Racist?


View our latest event information HERE for The Big Awkward Part 2! Register HERE today to claim your spot in our upcoming conversation!

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An Analysis of Executive Leadership Coaching in Sports


When Silence Meets Complicity The year 2020 has certainly been a year to remember and we still have 4 months to go.  This year will forever be a year stamped on making a dent in the quest towards social equality.  The great civil rights leader, Martin Luther King, Jr. coined the phrase “Our lives begin…

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Challenging Your Leadership Skills for the Workplace


Politics be damned, leadership trumps all – I beg you! I learned many years ago that using absolutes is often a mistake; such words as “always” and “never” really shouldn’t be used too loosely.  Hence, expressions like “never say never” appear in most people’s circles at some point in their lives.  I also learned as…

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