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Coaching is a multi-billion dollar business, yet it lacks proper ROI measurements.

Many of the world’s leading companies, from Microsoft to Goldman Sachs, invest in leadership training. Annual spend in the United States alone is estimated at $166 billion. As much money is funneled into executive coaching, how should organizations measure the return on their coaching investment?

I have yet to see…


With the complexity of issues facing both DEI and Sustainability, would it not make common sense for more collaboration, as both have long-term goals to achieve results?

Arthimedes

The past few months I’ve had clients asking about the viability of moving their Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) function under Sustainability. …


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As an executive coach who’s always pondering the future of coaching, I’ve been thinking recently on whether organizations today are using AI for their leadership development. So I asked. Most replied with a ‘’No, and it’s never going to happen with us..’’ and a few said, ‘’Oh, absolutely- technology must…


If someone is “being political”, everyone has an opinion or story. I recently read two articles (on Smart Brief) with opposing views, published one year apart. The first article written by James daSilva, ‘How Can Office Politics Work for You Instead of Against You’ said “We can’t avoid office politics…


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Getting your bearings in a new job can be challenging, especially if you’re working from home. These tips will help successfully launch you into your new role.

Despite the challenges of career-switching during a global health crisis, you’ve landed a new job. Congratulations! …


Engin_Akyurt

It’s already mid-June, the year is half over. That’s so hard for me to believe -especially this year- and seems (for me) harder to plan for 2022 and beyond.

I hear people asking the ‘’what’s next” question, but with a twist.

Previously it was the “what matters most?” and “what…


Seems to me everyone’s saying ‘the new normal’ a bit differently. “Work will never be the same.” “How do we get everyone back in the office?” “Covid has already increased automation and eliminated jobs.”

2021 halfway through appears to be an uneasy or unpredictable year. But in uncertain times, brightness…


A series of seemingly unrelated events can actually be tethered and quite meaningful.

I keep a tattered copy of Cannery Row on my desk, a missing cover and shabby back page. I’ve read and reread it more times than I can remember. A frog croaking instantly transports me back to…


The pursuit of “Corporate Purpose” is a topic which must be increasingly addressed today.

I did a podcast last week with Steve Stine at Inside Asia on Corporate Purpose and how it links to Inclusion. Steve correctly mentioned that the organizations that are first movers on this will be “the…


Switching careers is always tough, and extra challenging when the world is shifting, and work from home is for many the norm.

Here’s what you can do right now to make the leap.

Changing careers (not jobs, careers) is a big step and it’s natural to have jitters. These feelings tend to be a lot more pronounced under COVID-19. …

Jane Horan

Inclusion & Purpose, helping people find meaning in their careers.

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