Pumpkin spice syndrome. It’s that feeling we get when we start pulling out sweaters and thinking about family meals, decorating and traditions this time of year. But as a leader, now is not the time to put on holiday music and check out. It’s time to finish the year strong.
Our coaches are passionate about helping leaders find balance and maximize their impact — and nonprofit leadership brings a unique set of challenges.
Through coaching, Joy Hoover has discovered how to balance nonprofit work and family life — and she’s about to make one of her organization’s biggest dreams a reality.
Our coaches often recommend books to help clients transform their leadership and their lives. Here are some of their latest picks.
Facilitating conflict management is often the last thing on a leader or CEO’s mind — but it’s an inevitable and important part of the job. In-office conflict can have costly consequences, whereas good conflict resolution can lead to high employee retention, increased productivity, and lower stress for everyone involved.
Over the first 35 years of my career, I’ve experienced lots of different leaders and have learned from each one what to do, what not to do and just how hard it is to be a great leader. Here are ten of the many lessons that helped me grow into a successful leader.
In our coaching and in our own lives, we’ve seen how a solid morning routine can transform the rest of the day for the better. Here are a few tried-and-true routines from our Executive Coaches.
Whether it’s your health, your marriage, your business goals or anything else that’s really important to you, everything good in life is possible. By committing to a plan and taking a few simple steps, you can make the changes needed to get yourself from where you are to where you want to be.
Kasey Cronquist was just 26 when he landed his first CEO position — but he didn’t stop looking for opportunities to grow.
Instead, the California Cut Flower Commission CEO and Ambassador sought out a Coach who could provide outside perspective and advocate for his success.
Recently I had the opportunity to witness a performance by Gordon Mote, an award-winning piano player, songwriter and singer who has also been blind since birth. To say I was impressed would be an understatement; watching him left me totally blown away. When Mote was three years old, he played his first song on the […]
Like many leaders, Christy Walker knows how difficult it can be to make time for herself. After starting her RE/MAX Signature franchise on the eve of the Great Recession in 2007, the Phoenix real estate broker kept her team afloat through several tough years and even grew her company — but she still struggled to […]
This is part of an ongoing series about how members of the Building Champions team are Living Forward and leading lives they love at work, at home and around the world. Today’s post features Coach Coordinator Caitlyn O’Neil. Somewhere in central Uganda, Caitlyn O’Neil steps out of a taxi and onto a dirt road. Neighbors […]