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  • 10 Critical Questions to Ask When Selecting an Executive Coach

    Jan 18 2018

    Susan Madonia

    Coaching is most certainly a powerful tool… when it’s the right coach. As a Partner of a Global Coaching Firm, I’m often asked, “How do you choose an executive coach?” To ensure you engage the right coach, here are the 10 critical questions you need to ask:
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  • The Power of Positive Projection

    Jun 28 2017

    Susan Madonia

    In times of stress, Tom moved into a full command-control leadership style. He would dominate most conversations and basically didn’t listen to anyone. Tom would talk over everybody including his boss. He would become impetuous and unrecognizable. Tom’s temperament shift was beginning to take a toll on his team, and starting to erode business results.
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  • Great Coaching Creates Champions

    Jun 12 2015

    Executive Coaching Connections

    Great coaches are often great teachers. What lessons can leaders learn from Blackhawks Head Coach, Joel Quenneville (Coach Q), as he and the team prepare for the remaining games of the Stanley Cup final? Be strategic. As one of only two men in NHL history to have played 800+ games and coached 1,000+, Coach Q has the ability to “see the game” in a unique way.
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    The Advantage: Why Organizational Health Trumps Everything Else In Business

    May 21 2015

    Eddie Marmol, MS

    Patrick Lencioni is one of my favorite authors, having written several extraordinary business books such as The Five Dysfunctions of a Team, Death By Meeting, and Silos, Politics, and Turf Wars. Lencioni is an excellent storyteller and uses fables to convey important business insights and teachings. The Advantage was published in March of 2012 and is his first book that doesn’t employ a fable format. However, it shines in its ability to organize and convey with clarity the important teachings in his previous books, including the three I mentioned above.
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