There’s a question I routinely ask potential clients because I want to understand what led them to seek out an executive coach: “Why are we speaking?” “Well, apparently I’m an asshole.” This…Read more
I write as a way to assist and advance those I cannot work with personally. I write about what it means to lead, communicate and coach well, and about the inner work required to do so.
As published in Forbes. The human mind wanders. A lot. Almost a decade ago the Harvard Gazette reported that 47% of the time we are thinking about anything and everything…Read more
As published in Forbes We all want to be successful, to win the approval of others and to be chosen for those limited, top, coveted positions. We work hard to…Read more
Forbes recently selected me, along with a small group of other active writers, to each have our own profile page on Forbes.com. This link now houses a full archive of…Read more
As published in Forbes Several years ago I was asked to design a session that could build upon the skills of my peers: world-class speakers, senior facilitators, coaches, and business…Read more
As published in Forbes Countless organizations today are striving to create a learning, feedback-rich coaching culture. Having personally taught coaching to (and mentor-coached) hundreds of senior leaders in organizations like American…Read more
As published in Forbes Many professionals believe they understand coaching well. However, when I teach coaching to leaders and put them into their first conversation, I inevitably find the…Read more
Our world has changed, rapidly and in unexpected ways. As the crisis hit, I offered and held pro bono sessions with leaders from around the world. And I want to continue to do what I can to help. As a result, I now offer hourly sessions to ensure leaders everywhere can quickly get the perspective, clarity and focus they need to lead themselves, and therefore others, well during these challenging and uncertain times.