Have You Achieved Your Goals In the Past 30 Days? 5 Reasons Why Executive Coaching Works

I am occasionally, although less and less often, asked why executive coaching works.  I used to be puzzled by this.  After all, no one questions why sports teams and individual athletes benefit from coaches rather than going it alone, and personal trainers are regularly hired to help their clients...



A Tale of Two Meetings

I had two random encounters with strangers while I was at the ABA meeting, with diametrically opposite results. I cut through the Copley Place Sky Mall to get over to register at the Convention Center. The shops were not yet open that early in the morning, and the signage...



More About Mentoring from the Colorado Attorney Mentoring Program

Thanks to John Baker of CAMP for the shout-out in his Colorado Law Week article!  I’m looking forward to getting more involved in the important work CAMP is doing to help attorney professional development.



I Have A Dream . . .

that all people will be able to reach their potential.   



Check out the PDC’s Linkletter Summer Newsletter

I’m happy to post a link to the latest issue of the Professional Development Consortium’s newsletter, the Linkletter, with my article on Sponsorship Demystified starting on page 3.  Thank you to Lani Walser, my co-presenter on the subject at last summer’s PDC conference in Seattle, who generously wrote the...



Musings on Checklists

I always enjoy thumbing through the ABA Journal, and this month’s was no exception, especially since the cover headline was “Women in Charge,” and the issue contained the article “Do Women’s Initiatives Work?”  I have my own point of view on how law firm women’s initiatives are, or are...



Quotes That I Like

I was away last week attending board meetings in Colorado and taking a few days off, after spending the prior week at the ABA Litigation Section Annual Conference in Chicago.  One of the things I’ve been looking forward to upon my return is the chance to take a class...



Deliver By Delegating

Several of the mid-career leaders I coach have said that they cannot expand their role because what they do “is not scalable.”  Translated, they mean that while they have mastered the ability to lead their departments or the teams working on their projects, they don’t have bandwidth for greater...



Try Learning From What Works

The questions that you ask yourself, and others, changes things.  As an easy example, thinking about what is best in your life, or your work, rather than what you don’t enjoy about your life or work will take you in entirely different directions.  Appreciative Inquiry grew out of the...



Leaders Need Strong Self-Awareness

In an article out today in the MIT Sloan Management Review (subscription required), authors Ginka Toegel and Jean-Louis Barsoux discuss the importance of self-awareness among business leaders.    The article cites a survey of 75 members of the Stanford Graduate School of Business Advisory Council that rated self-awareness as...



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