Tag Archives: purpose

Exercise: My Breast Cancer Social Web

Where Do I Belong? The purpose of this exercise is to help you see the variety and number of relationships you have as it relates to breast cancer, to reflect on the characteristics of these relationships and consider if you … Continue reading

Posted in Helpful Tips | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

Entertaining Justice—Judges with Emotional Intelligence

Why are we opening our home to just about everyone we know and potentially everyone they know? Because justice here in Philadelphia and in your community, is a very important principle that each citizen needs to ensure, however we can. Here in the United States we have the luxury of falling into mindlessness about this, while our fellow humans in the Middle East and other parts of the world, are protesting and being killed to gain the right to a fair trial. Continue reading

Posted in Emotional Intelligence | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

What Really Motivates Us? A Coaching Story

In our world, we often find ourselves working with C-suite executives who don’t make the time or effort to give their direct reports regular, meaningful feedback. It’s not because they don’t care. It’s because they often don’t realize that what motivates virtually all of us is fairly simple: we want to know where we fit in and that what we do matters. Continue reading

Posted in Coaching | Tagged , , | Leave a comment