In an article originally published on The Conversation by Lis Ku, work, and leisure both contribute to well-being—but there’s another important source of happiness, too. Finding the right work-life balance is by no means a new issue in our society. But the tension between the… Read More »Work-Life Balance & A Happy Life?
Managers are sometimes unable to provide the kind of feedback their employee and their team need. Giving and receiving feedback at work can be challenging; especially if you work in a culture of what author and CEO coach Kim Scott calls “ruinous empathy” —which occurs… Read More »Giving Better Feedback At Work:
Group Coaching Team Coaching Individuals who come together with a common interest but do not always have the same goal in mind (e.g., completion of a specific project) Individuals who are all aligned and headed to a common goal or outcome (e.g., coached on strategic… Read More »Group Coaching:
In a study conducted by Deborah Bright & Anita Crocket and published by Coaching magazine (An International Journal of Theory, Research and Practice) shows that training combined with coaching can make a significant difference in job performance and satisfaction. Coaching in organizations is often limited… Read More »Why You Should Combine Training With Coaching:
Research figures show that the number of people in leadership roles that plan to retire in the next few years is higher than the number of people entering the workforce. Organizations are now required to prepare for such situations. “Failure to plan, is a plan… Read More »Succession Management:
Transformative Change is not only a philosophical but also a practical and strategic process we use to effect sweeping change within an organization, e.g., implementing a coaching culture . The same process applies to individuals.
Wellness is a holistic integration of all 4 dimensions. It is “a lifestyle and a personalized approach to living life in a way that allows you to become the best kind of person that your potentials and fate will allow”.
As individuals, we need to continuously focus on cultivating — in a holistic and not compartmentalized/fractured way — the Mental (Mind), Physical (Body), Emotional (Heart), and Spiritual (Spirit) aspects of our lives to express who we are. Reintegrating the mind-body-heart-spirit of our selves is of… Read More »The 4-Elements of Human Nature: