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March 24, 2023

By Dave Bushy, PCC As coaches, we spend most of our time listening.  We do that, of course with our ears, and also with our eyes, our body language, our experience and with our hearts. When we do speak, we use inquiry and what are called “powerful questions” that are meant to elicit ideas from […]

Remembering How “Centered” Feels

March 10, 2023

By Dave Bushy, PCC As humans, we have a limited capacity for recollection, especially in being able to remember what our feelings were at a specific time.  We often try to remember, and yet somehow such emotions are still like the wisps of a dream – as we reach for them, they seem to disappear. […]

When You Get Frustrated With Your Team

February 23, 2023

By Allison Iantosca, ACC Human organizations seem to be in an endless search to discover “How to Build a Great Team,” or “How to Fix a Dysfunctional Team.”  Perhaps the ease of the Google search, the plethora of articles all over the Internet, the inspiration of book after book on the Leadership shelf at Barnes […]

Living One Life – A Whole Life

February 9, 2023

By Dave Bushy, PCC “Gestalt” is described* as “a composition of elements that can only be appreciated as a whole rather than as a sum of its parts.” As a Gestalt-trained coach, I am honored to work with clients to help them explore what “wholeness” means to them and how they can discover and then […]

Adjusting Your Course

January 22, 2023

By Dave Bushy, PCC “I’m making course adjustments,” a good friend and colleague told me the other day, smiling as he spoke.  Fascinated, I listened as he went on to provide perspective on what “adjusting course” meant for him.  The genesis of the conversation had arisen from a chat we were having about strong convictions […]

You and an Optimistic Start to the New Year

January 5, 2023

By Allison Iantosca, ACC Coaching can be a bit like a fresh start. It seems no better time of year then, to explore the opportunity. Which got me to thinking, I wonder what it is like to be the month of January. December seems a particularly hard act to follow with its days packed to […]

Do You Hear What I Hear?

December 15, 2022

By Dave Bushy, PCC As a professional coach I often use metaphors to help a client visualize or name what challenges or opportunities they face.  By way of explanation, consider this: When I attend a jazz session (my favorite American art form), I can sometimes find myself honing in on a particular musician, even before […]

Overcoming Obstacles and Finding Flow

December 3, 2022

By Allison Iantosca, ACC I want to write about flow. But then I get stuck. Because I don’t know how to begin. The desire is there, along with the obsessive opinions that nag at the outer edges of my brain, provoking me to let it all out!  Be all you can be!  Or some other […]


November 17, 2022

By Dave Bushy, PCC In a recent blog, I related the story of discovery about what was causing a client to be “stuck” in his career.  It concerned an incident with a boss whose actions had severely impacted the client and his sense of value as a person and a professional. A number of readers […]

The Bad Bosses We Carry With Us

November 3, 2022

By Dave Bushy, PCC I was working with a client one day, appreciating the self-discovery that was taking place for him.  He spoke about the ways he had been shaped professionally and how he had been able to function and succeed in the workplace. The client was focusing on very real strengths and capabilities.  A […]

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