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Eric Klein on Bringing Mindfulness to the Workplace

December 11, 2017

I’m very excited to be speaking to Eric Klein. He has been part of my mastermind group for the past 10 years or more, and a real pioneer in mindful leadership and coaching. He was talking about bringing mindfulness into the workplace before “mindfulness” was even discussed in the corporate world.

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Neil Pasricha’s One Best Question

December 4, 2017

You may know Neil Pasricha. He is the author of The Book of Awesome and his latest book, The Happiness Equation, offers fantastic insight into the science of happiness. In this episode, he shares his favourite, most powerful coaching question.

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Laine Joelson Cohen on Culture Change

November 27, 2017

Today’s guest is Laine Joelson Cohen who one of the Marshall Goldsmith 100 Coach Group as well as the Director of Leadership, Executive and Professional Development at Citi. Laine believes that using a coaching style and curiosity as a cornerstone to her work opens up channels of trust and leads to collaboration, performance, and impact.

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Dr. Marcia Reynolds

Dr. Marcia Reynolds’ One Best Question

November 20, 2017

Tune in to discover Marcia Reynolds’ favourite coaching question. (It’s a great one!) Marcia is a prolific author, sits on the Global Board of the ICF and was its fifth global President.

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Neil Pasricha on Embracing Diverse Interests

November 13, 2017

After 10 years of heading Leadership Development at Walmart, where he was responsible for CEO onboarding, executive development and intelligent management across all levels of the organization, Neil Pasricha now serves as director of the Institute for Global Happiness.

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Twofer Tuesday: On Coaching & Procrastinating

November 7, 2017

Many managers want to empower their staff to do great work but aren’t sure how to get there. Many people want to accomplish important tasks but can’t get past their own delay tactics. This Twofer looks at how to improve

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