• “If You’re Good at Coaching, You’ll Eventually Become Obsolete to the Person.”
    This 13 min. read saves you up to 6 hours
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    “If You’re Good at Coaching, You’ll Eventually Become Obsolete to the Person.”

    Master Coach Marion Franklin on asking the right questions, waiting patiently for answers, and the number one problem with coaching-style leadership.

  • Coaching for Emotional Intelligence
    This 7 min. read saves you up to 49 hours
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    Coaching for Emotional Intelligence

    Does your technically proficient employee fall short on people skills? Coaching can help.

  • How to Use Questions as a Coaching Tool
    This 5 min. read saves you up to 16 hours
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    How to Use Questions as a Coaching Tool

    Nudge people toward finding their own answers.

  • “Empathy Is One of the Most Incredible Superpowers.”
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    “Empathy Is One of the Most Incredible Superpowers.”

    Gary A. Bolles, author of The Next Rules of Work and Chair for the Future of Work at Singularity University, talks about the declining shelf life of skills, ways to compensate for those losses –…

  • “We’re Not Going to Eliminate the Chaos!”
    This 11 min. read saves you up to 3 hours
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    “We’re Not Going to Eliminate the Chaos!”

    Leadership expert and drummer Jim Boneau knows: Even in noisy and confusing conditions, you can find your rhythm – and that of your colleagues. That’s why the “Rumble Zone” is all about one thing: listening.

  • What to Say?
    This 7 min. read saves you up to 253 hours
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    What to Say?

    A reading list about all kinds of conversations: light, naked, difficult and otherwise. 

  • How to Incorporate Your Successor…
    This 4 min. read saves you up to 40 hours
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    How to Incorporate Your Successor…

    …Without Embarrassing Yourself

  • Navigate A Time of Topsy-Turvy
    This minute read saves you up to 20 hours
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    Navigate A Time of Topsy-Turvy

    with Michael Bungay Stanier