Posts Tagged: coaching

Interview with Sherry Prenevost, Photographer – What does it mean to be a Canadian?

Posted by & filed under Reflection.

As part of MarchFifteen’s Canada 150 celebration, we are interviewing prominent people in various fields to gain their thoughts and insights to the question, “What does it mean to be a Canadian?” Maria Milanetti was pleased to interview Sherry Prenevost, renowned social documentary and travel photographer, as part of this initiative.  MarchFifteen has enjoyed a… Read more »

Forbes Coaches Council Feature – 15 Ways You Can Foster Change While Managing Employee Well-Being

Posted by & filed under Organizational Transformation.

As a member of the Forbes Coaches Council, Edyta gets the opportunity to share her coaching and entrepreneurial expertise with readers. This month she shares the advice to “reward people for failing” in 15 Ways You Can Foster Change While Managing Employee Well-Being. Read the full article here. Please share your comments, we’d love to hear them.

Critical Thinking and Potential for Development

Posted by & filed under Leadership Development.

When assessing potential, our clients often ask us “How quickly can the individual grow into the role?”, or “Can this competency be easily developed?”, and my response usually highlights that it depends on how committed the leader is to changing current behaviours and developing new ones. While I still wholeheartedly agree with this statement, I… Read more »

From Strategy to Execution

Posted by & filed under Business.

It starts with a dream, an ambition – when you want, when you need to take your organization to a different place. It becomes your vision. A brilliant strategy instills confidence and calm in people around you. It fosters a degree of optimism that the impossible things can be achieved. But without flawless execution, the… Read more »

Teaching Leaders What to Stop – A Guest Blog by Marshall Goldsmith

Posted by & filed under Leadership Development.

Marshall Goldsmith’s thought-provoking insights on leadership are highly regarded globally, earning him a title as one of the top ten Most-Influential Business Thinkers in the World.  While leaders work on what they need to do more of, what they need to do less of has the tendency to go unaddressed, and thus can hinder their performance and… Read more »