Check for Understanding

A tool that I learned back in 2013 from Sharon Bowman’s Training from the BACK of the Room was called “check for understanding”. The basic concept is that trainers are better off checking for understanding over asking if there are…

ORSC Intelligence Recap

I’m finally forcing myself to find time to take CRR Global Organization and Relationship System Coaching training program.  Beyond Emotional Intelligence (relationship with oneself), and Social Intelligence (relationship with other) lies Relationship Systems Intelligence where the focus is on the…

Exercise: First Letter; Last Letter

One of my primary speaking sessions lately is centered around helping people start learning through experiencing and not being told.  I’ve enjoyed this session and the results so much that I’m going to do a series of posts that highlight…

Self-care as a leader

In my recent appreciation post for Sam, I mentioned self care. I thought I would share some of the self care approaches I’ve leveraged throughout the years. Exercise: You don’t have to become a marathon runner or enter a Spartan…

ORSC@work Training Recap

I’m finally forcing myself to find time to take CRR Global Organization and Relationship System Coaching training program.  Beyond Emotional Intelligence (relationship with oneself), and Social Intelligence (relationship with other) lies Relationship Systems Intelligence where the focus is on the…

2019 Public Events

I’ve set my schedule for public trainings and speaking in 2019. Leading Amazing Teams: Denver, San Francisco, Chicago dates While we want teams to solve many of their own challenges, leaders play a critical part in this process by helping…

Circle of Concern

This concept has been written about quite a bit but I really value this concept when helping people focus within organizations. The concept of “Circle of Concern” is from the The Seven Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen R.…