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How Do I Bring My Best Self to an Interview?

October 25, 2021

By Lisa McNeill I’m not a Career Coach in the traditional sense, however I often have clients who are in the process of searching for a new job, thinking about a career change, and/or looking for new opportunities for growth and leadership.  Currently, I’m working with two clients who are actively interviewing, another who has […]

“Hold It Like a Feather”

October 7, 2021

By Dave Bushy One of my favorite coaching mentors often said “hold it like a feather,” as he held his hand out and demonstrated the lightness he was describing.  He was teaching us that our questions as coaches can often land in ways we might not have imagined.  And that our job is to assure […]

The Power of the Word Should

September 23, 2021

By Allison Iantosca You know the saying “sticks and stones may break…but words will never hurt me”?  I humbly beg to differ. Words have huge power to hurt, especially the words we speak to ourselves.  And I have decided that one of the most hurtful and powerful words we speak to ourselves is the word […]

A Leader Can Build a Real Team

September 9, 2021

By Dave Bushy A few weeks ago, I published a blog about “Finding My Solid Ground.”  The article struck a chord with my readers, many of whom followed up with questions and comments.  One person asked, “Do you have any ideas on how I, as a leader, can help establish solid ground for the members […]

How Do I Become a Servant Leader?

August 26, 2021

By Dave Bushy I was fortunate to work on the senior team of an airline president who epitomized servant leadership.   If he was carrying a pen with the corporate logo on it and an employee complimented it, he gave it as a present. He would lend his car to those of us who commuted by […]

Five Ways to Find My “Solid Ground”

August 11, 2021

By Dave Bushy In the workplace and in life we sometimes enter a phase where we feel as if we are standing on uncertain ground.  We become disoriented and struggle to find our balance in order to regain equilibrium. Sometimes it can be a new job, or a promotion, or even a transfer.  It can […]

The 5 Secrets to Setting Boundaries at Work

July 29, 2021

By Diane Shannon Karen is a 35-year-old physician recently recruited to lead a newly formed department at a large academic health system. She was new to leadership and initially let the prevailing culture dictate the ways meetings were held. There were many tangential conversations and virtually no relationship building. She left each one feeling depleted […]

Ten Steps to Improve the Signal to Noise Ratio in Your Life

July 15, 2021

By Dave Bushy Did you ever stop to recognize that we are all bombarded with “noise,” be it in the form of sound or motion or the endless pressure of the workplace, robbing us of the time we need to collect our thoughts, take a deep breath and perhaps even have the chance to innovate? […]

Grown Up Employees

July 1, 2021

by Allison Iantosca Growing up we spent summers on a little neck of land along the coast of Maine. It was small enough that you could only access it by one main road and if you drove an unfamiliar vehicle, you quickly felt the stare down and used a turnaround just past the fifteen mile […]

Can I Overuse My Leadership “Strengths?”

June 17, 2021

By Dave Bushy In executive coaching, we spend considerable time helping clients build awareness about their range and capabilities as leaders.  A foundational element of that work is helping clients make meaning of their long-held understanding of the ideas around “Strengths” and “Weaknesses.” The lens we use instead focuses on the idea of “well-developed,” and […]

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