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This leadership and executive coaching blog is simple. My clients want to be running on full, and avoid running on empty.

I suspect you do to.

When I find something worthy of a moment of your deeper reflection, I'll pass it along.


Running on Full
For Those Who Want to Avoid Running on Empty

Jul 04, 2024

Self-Guided Review of Nonprofit Leadership

I'm starting to add a new section to my website for small nonprofit organizations.

I provide 80 self-coaching practices in 10 different areas, that contribute to the good leadership of a small nonprofit.

The areas include Board, Leadership, Planning, Executive Director, Staff, Policies, Program, Participants, Finances, and Safety.

You can see that all of these are areas important to leaders and boards in small (and larger) organizations. Check it out. I'll continue to add sections as I am able.

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Jun 20, 2024

Signs of Burnout at Work

I often work with executives, leaders and professionals who feel on the edge of being burned out. We take a quick inventory of five signs of burnout at work.

A loss of energy - The energy you had just isn't there. Emotional, physical, spiritual etc

A loss of involvement - Pulling back from relationship and being with people.

A loss of effectiveness - Not on top of your game like you once was.

A loss of health and a sense of well-being - Unexplainable aches and pains, not feeling at your best overall.

A loss of a sense of control - You're not the one in charge of the levers to make things happen, but are being held responsible to make it happen. It's frustrating and discouraging.

Read the entire page to gain perspective on this. And don't hesitate to connect if you want to have an Executive Coach who understands.

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Jun 19, 2024

Create a Personal Leadership Development Plan

I have developed this resource to work in conjunction with the 52 Solutions 5 Days of Coaching.

If you would like a simple assessment to help you determine what to concentrate on as part of your personal leadership development plan, check this out.

Each of the 52 practices (habits/skills) have an explanation, a self-assessment for making progress, and five "days" of self-coaching to provide practical action steps you can take to improve in this area.

Your "five days" may actually take longer depending on how long you wish to take working on turning the practice into a habit. I've simply used the "days" format for simplicity.

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May 25, 2024

All 52 Basic Productivity Practices Are Ready to Use

Every one of the 52 practices is now available for you to use.

Each has five days of self-coaching so you can take action right away. Imagine if you made even a one percent improvement in the next month, and then another one percent for the following nine months.

That would be a 10% increase in personal productivity or effectiveness in the next 10 months. Amazing.

You don't have to buy my book, "52 Solutions for Those Who Need a 25 Hour Day." It's all here! plus more.

Start with whatever practice you'd like to make improvement on.

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Apr 22, 2024

Regain Balance and Productivity in Leadership

I've now added all "52 Solutions for Those Who Need a 25 Hour Day" habits.

If you take ownership of just one habit and make improvements, you will benefit.

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Dec 22, 2023

Avoid Using the Word Should

I've now completed 24 pages, as I continue to put "52 Solutions for Those Who Need a 25 Hour Day" on my website. These are basic productivity skills. Every top leader keeps working on the basics.

Some recent additions:

Reject Busyness as a Bragging Point

Avoid Using the Word Should

Give Yourself Time to Think

Don't Manage Your Image for Others

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Dec 04, 2023

Healthcare Executive Coaching

I've been reflecting this morning on the resilience required, and shown, by my clients in healthcare.

The Covid pandemic was an excruciating time in so many ways. Yet, these men and women led their teams with compassion, candor, and perseverance through it all.

It happened that I had a number of healthcare executives as clients during this time. Their daily stories and the things they were thinking through were often tough and complicated.

As I try to convey on the page I created, I feel so grateful that I could provide support by way of professional coaching for all that they were dealing with.

Many were Christian healthcare executives. We always concluded our time together in brief prayer. It was a time for drawing on divine help and strength. I'm convinced I saw it lived out before me week after week as we coached together.

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