Posts Tagged ‘coaching’

4 Leadership Lessons from Horse-Guided Coaching

What can a 1200 pound horse teach you about leadership? In 2010, I found out as Cherokee walked up and chose me in an experience that has forever changed the way I relate to both people and animals in my professional and personal work as a coach and consultant. The photos below reflect my early […]


6 Curation Basics: Meeting the Needs of Your Scan Savvy Clients in Social Media

  The cream of the curators are those who can sort through the digital avalanche of noise  and find the buried gems.    Just like a great DJ on a radio station who DOES have control over what gets airplay, mining gems creates positive buzz.  It’s also a position of choice, someone worthy of following and worthy of your business. My […]


International Coaching Week – Coaches Inspire Action

Join me and my Coach Café Ann Arbor colleagues to learn about how coaching can support your success through one of our coaching demonstrations or workshops during International Coaching Week, May 20-26, 2013. Of all clients who have engaged a coach, 99% report satisfaction with the coaching experience, 70% report improved work performance, 80% report […]


Using Jung to Clarify the Power of Introversion and Extroversion in Coaching

Learn how to move out of the shallows of those old introvert & extrovert labels. What’s best used as a combo with other aspects of personality?  Introversion and Extroversion.   The famed psychiatrist and founder of analytical psychology, Carl Jung, is one of the few that has added clarity to the oversimplification or archaic use of introversion […]


Seven (7) Ways to Respond to Bullying and a Queen Bee

Are you experiencing prolonged harassment?  It may be that you may have just encountered a bully, and for women, it can be similar to experiencing an adult “mean girl.” As the number of women in the workforce and in leadership has increased, stress in leadership roles has naturally affected women, as it does men,  in […]


Agile Leader Learning for Sustainable Change: Steps through Sharp Rocks

You’ve probably experienced it, that uncomfortable feeling of letting go of something tried and formerly true without knowing what is coming next. Welcome to the Neutral Zone, coined by change writer William Bridges1 who helped us understand the human element in Change. I propose that prioritizing “unlearning” for what no longer meets the needs of your […]


The Impact of a Challenging Goal, Parasailing in Key West

If you’re trying to be miserable, it’s important you don’t have any goals. No school goals, personal goals, family goals. Your only objective each day should be to inhale and exhale for 16 hours before you go to bed again. Don’t read anything informative, don’t listen to anything useful, don’t do anything productive. If you […]


Deb Interviews Dr. Diana Wong, Video & Social Media | SocMediaLearnLab’s Channel

I’m humbled by this: When the teacher is ready, the students will appear. ~Buddhist proverb with a twist. Deb interviews Dr. Diana Wong, who is the lead participant for a Thursday, May 26th, Social Media & Technology Learning Lab for Consultants, Coaches and Small Business Owners, to be held at Spark East, Ypsilanti, 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. for a fee – a free preview will be offered soon. More details will be posted at Reveln Social Business: http://revelnsocialbiz.posterous.com/


Selecting a Coach: Connect, Clarify and Commit & 10 Questions to Ask Your Prospective Coach

Terry “TJ” Wisner interviewed me about how to select a good coach for your needs. I cover the 3-C model of coaching and offer 10 questions useful for deciding who would be great in helping you achieve solid results through selecting a coach for your needs. –Deb


What’s Important? The Top Seven for Surving a Bleeping, Blogging Desert and Flood

I regularly manage sending out hundreds of posts in the Reveln mini-blog world, but the mother-ship blog presents a special challenge of desert and flood. I’ve shared my seven break-through learning steps that the holiday crush brought to light. Maybe it will help you in taking stock of what’s important.