Coaching

To learn is to live! I devote most of my personal and professional learning energy into books and podcasts, but I also have some favorite online resources. These sorts of curated lists evolve over time, but as of February 2019 these are my favorites. Contact...

One of my core values is striving to coach and equip people in a way that helps them to thrive, reaching and exceeding their personal and professional goals and discovering new ones along the way. I spend most of my time at work coaching people...

The Olympics have captivated the world’s stage for the past couple of weeks. Aside from the politics or cultural tensions that often emerge in the midst of these games, they still offer the best of the human spirit and work ethic on display. These athletes...

As an executive coach and independent author, I’ve spent years thinking through goals, strategies and tactics related to growing my businesses. Furthermore, all of my professional roles of the past 20-something years have required think I “think like an entrepreneur” in order to make things...

A pastor is essentially the executive director/CEO of a small, medium or large non-profit organization! Many leaders of such organizations seek executive coaching on a regular basis; and it makes sense that clergy who want to continue to grow in their leadership and critical thinking...

Abraham Maslow’s “Hierarchy of Needs” is a great life coaching tool, to apply both to yourself and others. This very well-known model has become popularized in business and education since the late psychologist rolled it out around the middle of the 20th Century. Constructed as a...

The best leaders and managers are, at the heart of it all, coaches. Words are a coach’s most potent tool; but far too often, they are misused or underutilized. The following are some questions and phrases that I’ve observed to be impactful, clustered under three categories...