Executive coaching

Clarity of Mindfulness
Executive coaching

Clarity of Mindfulness

How often do we hear or read a word and fail to understand how its meaning over time changes.  According to Webster’s Seventh Collegiate Dictionary (1967) the definition for mindfulness is “being aware.” Today the definition of mindfulness by Webster has expanded to “the practice of maintaining a nonjudgmental state […]

The Zen of Managing Oneself
Executive coaching

The Zen of Managing Oneself

Pressure.  It’s all around us, now more than ever.  In fact, most of us work best under moderate pressure. Consider elite athletes; they not only expect it, they thrive on the activation they feel in real-time, when they’re up close and personal with their audience and their competition. But what […]

The Business Case for Optimism
Executive coaching

The Business Case for Optimism

“I’m not an optimist or a pessimist…I’m a realist,” the leader said.  We were discussing his 360 degree leadership feedback.  His organisation needed him to take a bigger and more visible role, and operate with more strategic focus. His team recently weathered a corporate restructuring, and many were confused and […]