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Employee engagement is at its lowest point since WWII.  My guess is that this is due to several factors:  longer working hours, less internal and external mobility, ongoing organizational change, job insecurity, corporate rhetoric and reality not matching up, boomers stuck in positions awaiting retirement, and individuals not finding a purpose at work beyond just...
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Last week I wrote about what I learned from Daniel Goleman and Dan Siegel, MD, at Harvard’s Institute of Coaching Professional Association conference.  This week I want to tell you about some other news for coaches from Harvard’s Medical School, specifically coaching perfectionists, from a session led by Jeff Szymanski.  Perfectionism is a behavior often...
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One of my coaching engagements has led me to learn a theory which is known to many but is new to me.  It is The Cycle of Renewal and was developed by the Hudson Institute.  Renewal is the reverse of burnout.  It is about deliberate rehabilitation for finding what you want to achieve because it...
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It’s not who you expect, according to James Krohe, Jr., in the summer edition of The Conference Board Review.  In an article entitled “Disconnect:  The Company You Think You’re Running is not the Company For Which Your People Work,” the author reveals the dichotomy between the company a CEO thinks he/she is running and the...
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