Monthly Archives: October 2012

Communication, Execution, Leadership, Productivity

You probably don’t want to hear this, but  the one thing that makes your direct reports roll their eyes and make teenager faces is…………your conference calls. Let’s face…
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Execution, Executive Coaching, Leadership, Strategy

During a recent meeting, I heard a group of senior managers aggressively lament their firms tendency to create, manage, and interpret a wide portfolio of tests.  The concern…
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Balanced Lifestyles, Execution, Executive Coaching, Learning From Mistakes, Productivity, Strategy

Here are twelve reasons executives chose to work with an executive coach and how executive coaching benefits the various facets of their work and lives. Executive Coaching is…
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Balanced Lifestyles, Efficient Processes, Execution, Executive Coaching, Managing Pressure & Stress, Team Dynamics

According to a recent study, half of all white-collar workers put in 50 or more hours per week in their job. And on an average, they tend to…
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Executive Coaching, Leader Development, Leadership

Many organizations today realize they do not have the prerequisites of providing coaching support to their key personnel. Neither do they have the skills, time, or environment conducive…
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Identifying Talent, Leader Development, Strategy

On November 21, 2011, in Blog, Career Development, Career Transformation by Christine Glasco Remember your first day – in what was identified by peers as the hardest class…
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Business Coaching, Executive Coaching

Here’s a quote from Eric Schmidt, former Chairman and CEO, Google: “The advice that sticks out I got from John Doerr, who in 2001 said, my advice to…
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Communication, Leadership, Time/Self Management

I was reading an article in a very prestigious Jazz music magazine, and the quote from the article and a very famous jazz artist was………”these young guys, they…
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Communication, Productivity

During a recent coaching session, a very successful Doctor client, told me about a teaching philosophy used in medical school.  “Watch one…do one…teach one”. (Let’s hope that surgical…
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