Monthly Archives: April 2012

Professional Coaching Explained

We briefly discuss the difference between coaching and consulting, difference between non-certified coaching and certified coaching, the importance of having a professional coach, why coaching is essential for client development, what a client should bring to the coaching engagement, what the concept of professional coaching is all about, coaching and action learning, and lastly, the beauty […]

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Powerful Influence of Positive Words

Sticks and stones can break my bones but words will never hurt me – Wrong! Yeah sticks and stones break bones but words can definitely hurt. Perception is the key, and our bodies react to positive and negative words – seriously! Our body is made up of between 55% and 78% water. Dr. Masuru Emoto conducted […]

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Ladder of Inference – Creating Effective Communication in Organizations

The Ladder of Inference was created by Chris Argyris and Donald Schon in 1974 and has been used to accurately diagnose human interactions. The Ladder of Inference concerns human interaction and every step of the ladder creates additional distortion regarding the situation derived from misguided beliefs and misunderstandings.  Inferences are learned information concerning the behaviors of others […]

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Affinity of Power

Power Introduction: The concept of power is backed in research by David McClelland: Need for Power Need for Affiliation Need for Achievement French & Raven’s 5 Bases of Power: Referent Power: Charismatic Leadership Legitimate Power: Formal Positional Leadership Expert Power: Knowledge-Based Leadership Reward Power: Transactional Leadership Coercive Power: Authoritative Leadership *People seek to avoid Punishment […]

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Why is Autism on the Rise?

Autism affects the most innocent among us and autism experts who research this topic of concern are still “puzzled” as to why this is occurring at a higher frequency over the years.  We know that pharmaceutical companies put pressure on researchers to produce data that is aligned with the benefits of new medicine in order for billions in gain. […]

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S.M.A.R.T. Goals Explained

Successful people create S.M.A.R.T. goals and people are successful because they create S.M.A.R.T. goals.  A true full circle – below is an outline of how you can apply S.M.A.R.T. goals to your process so you could enhance your success in a shorter amount of time and join the ranks of the Elite. It all begins […]

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