By Diane Dempster, Executive Coach  One of the most valuable exercises in leadership coaching is when the coach and the client take out the magnifying glass and really look at what’s going on with a situation; bringing in some transparency. Through more holistic exploration (let’s even call...

By Diane Dempster, Executive Coach  Why You Can't (Really) Solve Problems When You Are In Crisis One of the most interesting revelations as a leadership company is that a large number of our new clients first come to us when they are in crisis. The last straw has...

By Dana Gillis, Executive Coach Watching the NCAA Basketball tournament made me think about the word team and what it means to be a coach or leader. As teams (and my bracket) collapsed, I recalled the old trope, "there is no ‘I’ in T-E-A-M." As tournament play...

By Diane Dempster, Executive Coach  It may not be what you think. It’s not something highly visionary or strategic, but rather simple and relatively tactical.  AND it can be one of the most powerful questions you can ask...

By Linda DeLuca, Executive Coach  Ever find yourself in a leadership situation and felt in over your head? As Laura mentioned in her post, What’s in your leadership bucket?, growing as a leader includes both training and development – filling the bucket and expanding the bucket. When you find yourself in over...