by helping employees eliminate personal barriers that hold them back: things like self-limiting thought patterns, ineffective interaction styles and resistance to change.
ThinkWell® can help your team become:
• more focused, present and engaged • more energized about taking on new challenges • more motivated, proactive and committed • more capable of contributing at a leadership level • better collaborators • more expansive thinkers
How far could your company go if employees brought their best game to work each day?
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What’s the prescription when the doctor is burned out?
You know how you are only sort of aware of your partner’s work life. You ask about their day, know some of their frustrations and their successes. Maybe you’ve done things with their colleagues. But unless you work alongside one another, you really have no idea how each day unfolds. Your work selves are a bit of mystery to one …
“You cannot truly listen to anyone and do anything else at the same time.” —M. Scott Peck How many times a day do we “listen” while doing other tasks? How many times do we check our phones while sharing dinner with friends or family? How many times do we look at our computer screen while on a call? Is listening …
You’re Not Hired: Interview fiasco stories
In my line of work, I hear plenty of interview nightmare stories. It comes with the career-coaching territory. Sometimes a real doozy will surface out of nowhere. Other times, I seek out these stories during workshops and one-on-ones. It’s not about churning up embarrassment or dwelling on failure. It’s about dissecting these defining moments—and learning from them. That’s why …
Crying at Work: What’s that About?
Recently a friend of mine, who leads a national organization, surprised me with this question: “What’s the deal with all these millennial women crying at work?” Being a coach, I wanted to launch into a conversation about why it seemed to bother her. But she is my friend, not my client. So, I asked her simply, “What do you do …
“I was skeptical of career coaching in general because I thought I had my career figured out. I was shocked at how much I learned about myself, my teams, and how people interact. Judy helped me see results when I wasn’t even sure what results I was looking for. I highly recommend taking an hour a week to get a knowledgeable outsider’s view of your world. Judy’s experience and ideas are invaluable.”
– Mark Williams, Director Luxoft
Life, Love, Death, and Spring: Thoughts for caregivers and those who employ them
by Judy Bloom As the bright sun of spring continues to settle in, I am taking a moment to be present to and reflect on the hard work of journeying, both in community and in solitude, through change, loss, and grief. I can honestly say this past year was one of the most challenging on record, starting with the …
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