What is the Monday Morning Business Coach?
For over 10 years and running, every Monday morning we’ve sent out an email containing an executive coaching “nugget”—a simple, practical tip or strategy for you to easily take action on to start off your work week. We use the situations of our clients (anonymously, of course) as well as what we’re pondering or reading about to write a short post—we keep it short because we know your life is busy and you need the “quick tips” to solve your problems, help you focus, and move you forward. We’re not claiming we can solve every issue, but we aim to give you the knowledge and wisdom to help you find your own power and create the future you want. You can view past posts below.
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While personal talents and individual contribution are important in the new economy, the ability to engage collaboratively on a team and contribute to a successful team outcome is equally, if not more, important. In today’s economy sharing information in a team setting is vital to generating new ideas and solving complex problems. Organizations want to make the best use of their resources and so they are asking employees to not only do their individual jobs effectively but also to join…
An important source of information that individuals often overlook when exploring or considering their next career move is the power of their own observation. You are exposed to numerous careers and work possibilities everyday, and taking just a moment to start observing what is going on around you can provide you with a lot of information. We suggest that you spend time noticing: What other people are doing in their careers/jobs that looks interesting or fun to you. This can…
So often, when people go into a job interview, they feel they have to hide who they are and act in ways that they believe will impress the interviewer. As coaches, we are passionate about supporting people in stepping into their leadership in navigating their careers. Yes, you need to be professional, respectful, thoughtful and articulate about the ways that you are a solution to the organization. Also, consider what it would be like to think of yourself as sitting…