Coaching and mentoring

Depth Coaching: Co-Creating Action-Based Wisdom With Our Clients

February 8, 2016

Enjoy this ICF webinar I presented on February 7, 2016.   If you want to coach leaders with a sense for meaning and calling as central questions of life and work, and an appreciation for the ethical/spiritual dimensions of leadership, then you may want to check this out. Deeper Coaching, Better Outcomes The Bigger Thoughts […]






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Hoping, and Depth Coaching, for Presidential Wisdom

January 26, 2016

As we witness the United States’ process for selecting its next leader, we’re struck by the over-coverage, and at the same time fascinated by the endless character analysis of the candidates. Among other things, we look for who is the wisest of them all, not the brashest or the coolest or the best debater, even. […]






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A Bridge to Our Better Pasts

June 3, 2014

Some teachers of human awareness start with the language we used a long time ago, before we knew what a synapse or neuro-science was. One of our great teachers, with one foot in modern anthropology but with her heart in the wisdom traditions, needs to be better known.  I invite you to learn more about […]






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Sharing the energy matrix

January 7, 2014

Coaches and therapists work in the same two energy fields—the first, those cognitive places where we think, and the second, the those pre-verbal, old brain places from which our core energy emerges. Coaches and therapists have different terms and ways of working with these inner energy fields as we interact in the world of work, […]






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Mentor or Tormentor

November 27, 2012

The leaders I have been around fall into 3 categories…mentors, nice but neutral, and tormentors. Real mentoring is a high bar: an unwavering faith in people mixed with toughness and wisdom. It is the only real place to shoot for. Tormentors have their own skills: ego-centric and playing a power game they think they understand […]






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