4 results for tag: Dr. Jennifer Beaman


5 Myths About Leadership: Ignorance Isn’t Bliss

Dysfunction in the workplace is more common than many leaders might want to admit to. After all, we’re dealing with a group of individuals who bring a lifetime of unique experiences, backgrounds, and attitudes to the workplace. Combine this diverse group ...
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A Paradigm Shift: It’s Never too Late to Transform the Stigma of Coaching in Our Workplace

It isn't uncommon for managers and leaders to use coaching as a means to help underperforming staff members. As a result, many people associate coaching as a stigma – or even a scarlet letter that identifies them as needing additional support. Why only ...
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Two Top Contenders: Who Would You Pick?

From tribal chieftains to contemporary CEOs, they've earned the right to their position because of exemplary leadership. Throughout history and weaved into every culture, we turn to compelling leaders because they provide the guidance, clarity, and assurance ...
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Did He Blow It? Coaching Our Executives Through Difficult Conversations

We experience them at home. In the boardroom. At parent/teacher meetings. Difficult conversations are par for the course. They are simply part of life. What's more – stress in the workplace is inevitable. Conflict and/or difficult conversations are to ...
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