How to Hire a Good Coach

I know the power of a good coach. I have been around the coaching field for a long time. I have not only hired a lot of coaches for myself and the organizations in which I have worked, but I have also trained them. I’ve hired over ten coaches for myself and over fifty for…

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You Are a New Leader Who Just Started a New Job. Now What?

As a new leader in a new job, you know you have 90 days to show your team, your manager, and your colleagues who you are and what you’ve got. Well, really, 30 days. Leveraging what has helped you before, you decide to follow one of the approaches to starting a new role laid out…

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What Are You Reading?

Always the avid learner, I am constantly asking people: What books or articles are you reading lately? What podcasts are you listening to on your commute? What are you writing on and speaking about this year? What exciting projects are you working on? And my favorite question: What are you learning? Here’s my latest: Reading?…

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How Organizational Development Professionals Are Shaping the Future of Work

This week, I had the pleasure of hosting a fireside chat with my friend and colleague, Andrew Chandler, Genentech’s Head of People and Organizational Development. The evening was to kick off the 40th anniversary of the University of San Francisco’s Master of Science in Organizational Development degree program (USF MSOD). It had been about eight…

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How to Use Work as a Learning Lab

Twenty-five years ago, I moved from the Midwest to NYC. I was incredibly excited about my new job and everything I had to learn in the Big Apple. I experienced many “firsts” that first week: My first time walking down the street and realizing I had to add a skip to my walk in order…

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