Monthly Archives: October 2011

Coaching isn’t for people who need help…

If an Olympic figure skater doesn’t take to the ice without their coach, why should a senior exec (one of the “Olympic athletes” of his/her organization), someone who’s out on that figurative “ice” every day and whose performance is critical … Continue reading

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When NOT to do a 360…

I was once asked about performing  a 360 assessment on an individual who was “having problems.” This is a good reason NOT to do one – at least, not without more information on the situation. Upon further questioning, it turned … Continue reading

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