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The global professional association for coaches.
Home of the Minnesota Coaches Association.
The Enneagram identifies people as one of nine personality types
Conversations about the human mind and the cultivation of well-being! The Mindsight approach and interpersonal neurobiology.
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LifeLaunch – The Hudson Institute
Designed for adults facing a transition, seeking redirection, or wanting to enrich their careers and lives, this four day workshop offers a unique opportunity to explore your purpose, imagine your future, and create a tangible plan to make it happen. Intense, practical, and very effective, this workshop progressively builds on each exercise and session in a non-judgmental, self-directed and thoughtfully structured environment. More information about LifeLaunch.
Emotional Intelligence is your Business
by Barbara Rubin-Greenberg January 19, 2012
Change or Die
By: Alan Deutschman May 1, 2005
Immunity to Change:
How to Overcome It and Unlock the Potential in
Yourself and Your Organization
by Robert Kegan, Lisa Laskow Lahey
Why am I stuck if I keep wanting to change? This persuasive and very practical book offers tools you need to overcome inertia and change your life and your work.
Learning to Lead with Emotional Intelligence
by Goleman, Boyatzis, and McKee
Guides the reader to an understanding of emotional intelligence, its benefits in work, what it is, how leaders demonstrate it, and how EQ is developed. Goleman says that the most important task of a leader is to act as the group’s emotional guide. He provides evidence supporting this as well as a framework and examples of how EQ shows up in the workplace.
Tools for Talking When Stakes are High
by Kerry Patterson, Joseph Grenny, Ron McMillan, Al Switzler
This is a skill everyone benefits from mastering. An easy to read style, clear principles and practices for developing the skill to engage effectively in “tough conversations with high stakes”. If you want to get better results when the stakes are high, emotions are strong, and opinions are varied – then begin reading and start practicing.
Thin Book of Appreciative Inquiry
by Sue Annis Hammond
A quick read packed with information. The book provides techniques and examples that are powerful tools for reframing change initiatives. Focusing on what has historically worked as the foundation for change the author purports that resulting action steps are more likely to have buy-in and meet with success.