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  • Trusting The Coach
    on Oct 31, 2009 in Work Performance
    Recently, a potential client asked me a great question. How do I know I can trust you? The client works for a financial institution that is extremely particular about what information it shares with the public. I answered the question intuitively. I...
  • Hiring a Coach
    on Oct 31, 2009 in Work Performance
    Hiring a coach is a difficult decision. Many people spend time and anxious energy in deciding whether what they are hiring a coach for can be done themselves. For example, recently I thought of hiring a marketing coach. I know all the essentials that...
  • Chess Not CheckersI have heard that managing people is more like playing chess than checkers. This is because each person that you manage comes with a distinct background, experience and motivation. However, there are many forces that push us in the direction of stand...
  • The Sweetspotn my career as a consultant, I have come across people who are so good at what they do that I could not imagine them doing anything else. All the variables of the “sweetspot” are apparent with these types of people. The content of the w...
  • The Goal Alignment Matrixecently, I created a tool called the Goal Alignment Matrix (GAM). It is a listing of company goals aligned with departmental goals aligned with a roadmap to achieve each department goal. In using the GAM with a current client, I realized that most of...
  • Performance Management as a Choream helping a client select a Performance Management tool. It has occurred to me that the performance review exercise can be quite meaningless if not given the proper thought and attention. In fact, now I understand why so many manager are so apprehen...
  • Work LessGreat article in the WSJ on how we will view work in the future: http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052970203803904574429151858232582.html...
  • Coach and Coachee Tension
    on Sep 6, 2009 in Performance Coaching
    In my engagement with my clients, there is almost always a period where there is tension. The cause of the tension can be from multiple sources. In my view, there are two main sources. The tension usually emerges after the initial engagement or what...
  • Coachable or not?
    on Aug 19, 2009 in Performance Coaching
    In order for a person to be coachable she has to be at a point where she is looking for movement. She must be dissatisfied enough with her current state or she should have an intense desire to reach her future state.  Above all, she has to be convin...
  • Thinking Through a ProjectProject Managers think through projects all the time. However, people who are not PM’s nor intend to be can benefit from the basic framework of Project Management. What are my objectives? What are my assumptions? What are my risks? What is my...
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