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You and Your Doctor Part 2: Solutions

By Mohan Peter Mohan Peter MD is the Principal at SMS Leadership Coaching specializing in physician coaching and leadership development. He obtained his International Coach Federation Certificate (ICF) from Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. He is an Executive Partner and Leadership … Continue reading

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YOU & YOUR DOCTOR: Looking at the visit from both sides of the story

Mohan Peter MD is the Principal at SMS Leadership Coaching specializing in physician coaching and leadership development. He obtained his International Coach Federation Certificate (ICF) from Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. He is an Executive Partner and Leadership Coach at the … Continue reading

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How to Develop Emotional Intelligence

by:Abhijit Bhaduri Dr Annie McKee is Senior Fellow and Director, Penn CLO Executive Doctoral Programme. She is a bestselling business book author and advisor to top leaders. Her book “Resonant Leadership: Renewing Yourself and Connecting with Others through Mindfulness, Hope, … Continue reading

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What I Learned About Organizational Culture at Summer Camp

By: Bill Palmer Often, individuals in my clients organizations tell me feel that they are prisoners or hostages of their corporate culture.  My experience at summer camp tells me that we can instead be architects of culture. And yet, even … Continue reading

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Keeping Your Commitments to Yourself

So as 2012 began, I set the goal of exercising every day for 30 days straight. I called it my exercise “streak.” Today is Day #33. Continue reading

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Life Lessons from 2010 Nobel Peace Prize Winner Liu Xiaobo

Many of the Challengers we have worked with and researched have said something similar to us about their work in organisational life. Most of them have a story of a defining moment or moments when they stood for something that seemed impossible to achieve; took a position against a greater force; championed an unpopular cause; found a way of living on the edge of the established way of doing things, or accepted being marginalised for the sake of what they wanted to achieve. Continue reading

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I Have Too Much On My Plate and I Don’t Mean Food! 9 Tips for Successful Delegation

How many times have you said that you have too much on your plate? Do you have too much to do and not enough time? Do you hold back from delegating because everyone is also busy? Continue reading

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4 Tips to Demystify the Dread of Networking

For me, networking has always been something I enjoy and have been asked by many colleagues over the years, how it is that I take such delight in going to place I’ve never been, talking to people I’ve never (or barely) met. For them, I have created the following tips based on effective communication skills that go beyond LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter. Continue reading

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Credibility Is Priceless

Because rebuilding credibility takes not days or weeks, but years, and because it can be lost in an instant, taking the time to ensure alignment by talking to a few of the people around you is about the best ROI on an hour or so that you could ever get. Continue reading

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Give the Gift of You: One-on-one feedback conversations

After all of my years as an Executive Coach, I continue to be surprised that some leaders withhold the gift of feedback, or at least put it off until it’s too late. Feedback, in the form of one-on-one conversations, builds relationships and improves performance—and it is the key to Resonant Relationships. So why the resistance? Continue reading

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