By Laura Huckabee-Jennings, CEO – “If I have empathy for someone, how can I let them go or give them a poor performance review?” Often, empathy or other emotional intelligence skills are labeled as soft skills that make it hard for leaders to maintain distance from...

By Andrew Jennings, CCO It’s January 2017 and by the time you read this, we may have already sworn in a new President of the United States―the 45th time this has happened in the country’s history. How is this relevant? Well, because it confirms that one of the only constants...

By Linda DeLuca, Executive Coach Does your organization suffer from the impacts of working in silos? You know, the barriers that develop between the functional departments of an organization? Silos cause poor communication, conflicting direction, redundancy, and less than optimal decision making. Though barriers can develop in...

By Dana Gillis, Executive Coach Ahhhhhhhhh!  I love that new office smell! During a recent move into new office space, my mind turned to thoughts of change. Our change in location made me think about the impact of all kinds of change upon leaders and organizations. When an organization...

By Laura Huckabee-Jennings, CEO – One of the most interesting comments I hear from clients is, "Well, I said and did the right things. Does it matter what I thought or felt?" This is often a response to digging into the internal dialogue about a given event or...