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The Power and Importance of Emotional Labor

Although I am grateful that I was born with dyslexia, this was not always the case. We each have two wolves struggling inside us. One wolf is vengeful, angry, resentful, and afraid. The other is compassionate, faithful and loving. The wolf that...

When to refer a Coachee or Mentee for Professional Counselling or Therapy

Suggesting to someone else that they need counselling takes courage. As a coach or mentor, you will in most cases not be a qualified therapist – and even if you were, there are potential conflicts of role between mentoring/coaching and therapy....

How to Deal with Financing Risk

The discussion about risk in finance quite often deals with the risk incurred by the providers of funds. In this respect the providers of equity are typically those who incur the highest risk: if a firm faces difficulties and is liquidated, equity...

Riding the waves of a disruptive world

Dawna Jones is author of Decision Making for Dummies and an organisational and decision designer specialising in dealing with VUCA problems in organisations (Volatile, Uncertain, Complex and Ambiguous). In particular Dawna leads “From Insight to...

Leading Through Pain and Loss

Many people will do a variety of things to avoid pain. As leaders, we know that it will be part of the growth of our organization; the one thing that is consistent is change. Not all change is painful or involves loss, although if we are honest with...

What if the coachee says ‘I don’t know’

There comes a point at least once in a coaching conversation, where the coach feels instinctively that the issue is clear enough to pose a powerful question – one that will really make the coachee think and open up new perspectives. Many times,...