Marj Busse is joined by Renee Ritskes - A women who despite being considered profoundly deaf since she was a young child found a way to shift her perspective and recognize how she could consider her lack of hearing a strength. Renee is a red-seal chef, a mentor and a coach who has built [...]
Marj Busse sits down with Essential Impact Associate Partner, Bruce Swan - a man of many talents. Together, they explore how taking a coach approach has influenced Bruce’s experiences in life and leadership. Bruce even shares the story of how he got Margaret Trudeau on the dance floor! Bruce Swan With over thirty years [...]
Is a family business really a recipe for disaster? During my MBA program a few years back (ok quite a few years ago) I remember various times that the topic of the family-run business coming up. It was pretty much unanimously described as a nightmare waiting to happen and something to be avoided at all costs.
See what our Associate Coach, Walt Stevenson, says about being apart of the Essential Impact team.
Walt Stevenson, an associate coach, shares one example where he was pushed outside of his comfort zone to improve how he facilitates.
Tammy McLennan discusses Epic fails that weren't fails at all. See what happened when a coach accidentally muted herself on a coaching call.
Changing beliefs and attitudes is one of the Holy Grails of leadership. But how do we get leaders to shift their beliefs and attitudes towards business and leadership challenges? In this coaching Demo, Danielle Hockley coaches Dave Busse through a business challenge that he has been struggling with for a long time. As Dave [...]
Back when I was a new coach, the whole feelings element of coaching felt awkward. Was I about to become a weeping willy or worse? You can laugh all you like, but it was a concern I had and I suspect some of our clients may have similar thoughts.
How many times have you heard about the importance of coaching your people as a leader? The challenge is that most of us view coaching as being told exactly how to play the game. But this approach doesn't always work.
Have you ever worked with a client who didn’t really seem that into the session? See what Walt Stevenson did when he ended up in that situation.