Technology, Millennials and a focus on context over content are just three of the factors leading to a seismic shift in the world of professional coaching and consulting. Stay up to date on the influences (and what to do about them) via our posts here.

Certainty Sells—The Confidence For Getting to Yes

Certainty in your offering feeds the trust equation. It helps you establish reliability. We know that certainty sells, so ask for the sale with confidence.

Sara Saddington
Embrace Change: Jump on Board or Drown

If on some instinctual level you know you have found something that is going to revolutionize what you do, then you need to embrace change.

Andrew Speer
Technology Change: Overcoming Resistance

Technology change is here to stay. Those who make it an integrated part of their work will be able to use those strategies for agility in their businesses.

Alyssa Burkus
Your Brain At Work: Manage Change By Managing Your Brain

The first big idea is that our brains are not all that well-designed for our current reality. The second idea is that we can change our brains.

Ronni Hendel-Giller
Build Trust to Help your Clients Get in the Game

Taking the time to build trust in relationships results in increased engagement, agility, and collaboration—qualities teams need to thrive business today.

Lora Crestan
Metrics that Matter: Influencing Organizational Agility

Your approach to measuring agility must also be agile—focused on the metrics that matter, and taking into account the ways the organization is changing.

Sara Saddington
Evolving L&D — Selling the Future of Work

The role of evolving L&D then becomes helping teams improve and integrate learning directly into their work, moving beyond content, into context.

Alyssa Burkus
The Art of Receiving Feedback

In addition to modeling being recipients of feedback, another way to reduce the threat is to recognize that when we give feedback we are engaging in a conversation.

Ronni Hendel-Giller
Consulting Frameworks: Are you Trivializing Leadership?

Of course consulting frameworks have limitations but are only truly damaging if they are held up as gospel. Change is hard. Great leadership is complex.

Nikki Barrett
You Can Lead a Horse to Water: How to Effectively Influence Others

One of the most effective ways to influence another person, is to enable them to arrive at their own insights when faced with a goal, challenge or issue.

Catherine Harrison