Where are you thriving as a leader? How do you need to improve? Here are four principles that I’ve found to be indispensable in my years as a coach and leader.
The stress of planning for a week away from the office might make you want to skip your trip altogether — but our coaches know how impactful a week off can be. Here are their tips to prepare for your time away so you can return energized and refreshed.
Whether you’re new to Life Planning or a longtime enthusiast, here are some simple steps to help you keep your plan alive and pursue the life you want.
Creating a Life Plan is a powerful experience, especially when you take a day to get away and dive fully into the process. But if you walk away from your Life Plan day and never pick up your plan again, you’re setting yourself up for disappointment and failure.
After I wrote my Life Plan, I realized that living it out was going to be harder than putting it down on paper. It seemed overwhelming and time-consuming, until I realized that it was all about making an emotional connection to my commitments and goals.
You can spend your Life Plan Day anywhere that allows you to focus and unplug — be it a quiet coffee shop or a luxury hotel. Here’s what Life Plan Day looked like for a few of our coaches.
It’s hard to get anywhere good in life without a plan — and the best plans take time and effort. That’s why for more than 20 years, we’ve coached our clients to take one full day to get away and create a Life Plan.
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.