Throughout my years as an executive coach, I’ve noticed ten mistakes that leaders often make when trying to lead with questions. Here they are in no particular order.

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The following question was asked in a Human Resources Facebook Group:The following question was asked in a Human Resources Facebook Group: “I have a delicate issue I need some advice on handling. I have a wonderful, talented HR person that has trouble with subject/verb agreement, both verbally and in emails. She has a college degree,

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Last week, I reached out to a client to find out how she and her team were navigating this pandemic.

As part of her response, she shared, “My team is all virtual still. I’ve been calling each of them every day to…

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A foundational principle upon which you can improve your communication skills is to remember that Psychological Egoism is always at play.

To dig into this principle, let’s begin with two questions…

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So much of what I do daily is help clients subtly influence and redirect the undesirable behavior of others. Here’s a perfect example of what that often looks like…

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This week, I had an opportunity to attend #DisruptHRIndy – an event designed to energize, inform, and empower professionals in the HR field. As I listened to the presenters, two things became abundantly clear about the HR professionals in attendance:1They are all fully aware that providing professional development & personal growth opportunities is essential to

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