Most organizations strive for a culture of feedback. Most fail. Here’s one way to move the needle.Read More
When you focus on your strengths, you are more productive, efficient, and fulfilled. Organizations that support employees in leaning into their strengths have increases in employee engagement, which ultimately leads to higher profitability, lower turnover, and greater customer satisfaction.
Are your days spent moving from one activity to the next, checking boxes off your list, and cultivating a sense of accomplishment as you exercise my productivity muscle? Mine were (and sometimes still are). And then I wondered, how is all this human doing contributing to my human being?Read More
Sometimes the only way to get perspective about what needs to change comes from an outside perspective. And turns out that when you ask the people around you where you can grow, their ideas might be a little different than your own.Read More
Change takes getting uncomfortable and digging deep. It takes honesty — with your coach and with yourself. And sometimes, it takes good old-fashioned homework. A coach cannot change your life for you. What they can do is help you create a plan to change your own life.Read More
Last night, I sat down next to a lawyer in a bar in Alexandria, VA. After he finished telling me that he had spent his entire Saturday in the office (a life affirming moment that ending my law career with the LSAT was the right move), he naturally asked the infamous, “and what do you do?” question. “I work at an ed tech company. And I'm a Coach.”Read More