Monthly Archives: May 2016

A Four-Dimension Model for Group Leadership Assessment & Due Diligence

By |May 16th, 2016|

When asked what I do for a living, after resisting the urge to adopt an outlandishly exciting persona, I say that I help people and groups.  While I love my individual coaching work, I always get very excited when a client asks for help evaluating and addressing group-level issues.  It is fun and interesting work.  […]

Coaching the reluctant leader: Transitioning executers into expanded leadership roles

By |May 4th, 2016|

Many of the individuals I coach are primarily executers who have obtained leadership positions through excelling in their respective disciplines. Professions which fall into this category include investment bankers, traders, lawyers, doctors, scientists and technologists. Often, it is as veterans that they are advanced into leadership roles requiring new responsibilities in areas that they have […]