INTERMISSION BLOG

4 Reasons Not to Skimp on Coaching After Training

I sneak a quick glance at my watch. Three minutes to go. The workshop’s closing on a high note. Everyone’s sharing their top takeaways from the day,...

Infographic Resource: Early Career Professionals

Stop Complaining about Millennials; Coach Them Instead

Make sure you are consistently finding ways to engage younger employees in meetings by asking for their input rather than just downloading...

Best Practices for Your Virtual Cast of Characters

 

Let’s Support Emerging Leaders Part I: Working at the Individual Level

Still, it behooves us to prioritize leadership development for our benefit, the benefit of our employees, and the long-term success of the companies...

Presence in the Face of Change Management

Taking a moment to pause, check in, and see how folks are feeling in the face of change is key. Often the biggest thing getting in the way of...

From the Director's Playbook: Endorse, Endorse, Endorse

We all need to be seen, we need to be appreciated, and we need to know what we’re doing right, just as we need to know when we’ve misstepped. If...

Inspire, Motivate, Engage – While Doing More with Less

Assuming you’re committed to your company, what’s the magic glue that can help you inspire, motivate and engage people – while doing more with less?...

Should You Have A Coach?

Ask yourself: When is the last time you had someone give you real-time feedback on how you are doing and how you might improve? If it was more than a...

Presence Coaching Best Practices

The next time your coachee delivers a presentation or leads a meeting, pay attention to their presence. Take notes: draw a line down the middle of...

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