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5 Leadership Insights to Take a Quest from an Idea to a Revolution

Posted by CTI Guest Author on Sep 28, 2016 8:00:16 AM

In 2008, during Retreat 4 when it came time to think of my ‘quest’ – the Leadership project I would take out into the world on completion of the one-year program – I drew a complete blank. Then it came to me in a vivid dream — I would create a palette of tools that would assist Global Graduates of the CTI Leadership program to keep their newly minted empowered leadership alive! Like Luke Skywalker in Star Wars, I awoke full of “the force,” giving me an immense amount of energy and inspiration to create WE LEAD. I knew for sure I could not do this alone.

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Topics: coactive, CTI, leadership, leading from the front

Harvesting the Three Virtues of Fun, Play & Adventure

Posted by CTI Guest Author on Aug 10, 2016 8:00:23 AM

August lives in my body in a special, visceral way. The days are still long but I sense they are shortening. I imagine the perfect spiral notebook and anticipate the learning around the bend. New school years no longer begin for me, but August continues to foreshadow new wisdom and growth, especially as Co-Director of CTI’s Coach Training Program and with individual coaching clients.

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Topics: co-active, Coaching & Training, creative, leadership, playful, coaching

Vulnerability and Co-Activity: Using “Process” For Yourself And Clients

Posted by CTI Guest Author on May 23, 2016 3:00:46 AM

by Brandon Twine, CPCC, ACC, MA

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Topics: emotions, mindfulness, practice, coaching, Coaching Business

Can They Hear You Listening?

Posted by CTI Guest Author on May 10, 2016 3:00:27 AM

By Ken Goldstein, CTI Adjunct Instructor – Executive Coaching

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Topics: management, executive coaching, feedback, listening

Alignment versus Agreement

Posted by CTI Guest Author on May 1, 2016 3:00:04 AM

The essence of “Co-Active” is the understanding that there is no ONE right way. Swimming in paradox, we are irrevocably interdependent and – at the same time – incredibly unique. We can remain in solid relationship with each other even while we disagree, sometimes passionately, about everything from effective parenting to the appropriate response to global warming.

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Topics: alignment, leadership, coaching

Proving It Up: ROI and Coaching

Posted by CTI Guest Author on Apr 1, 2016 3:00:19 AM

Coaching as a profession is often faced with this question: what is your value?

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Topics: organization, roi, value, coaching, Coaching Business

In Retrospect: 8 Start Up Tips from Successful Coaches

Posted by CTI Guest Author on Mar 16, 2016 3:00:18 AM

by Brandon Twine, CPCC, ACC, MA

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Topics: startup, coaching, Coaching Business

3 Business Strategies to Make Your Life Easier… Today.

Posted by CTI Guest Author on Mar 1, 2016 3:00:13 AM

I stared at it in shock and it stared right back at me. A crinkly yellow paper in a smooth plastic cover to shield it from the rain.

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Topics: business, organization, coaching, Coaching Business

Transformation and Co-Active Coaching

Posted by CTI Guest Author on Feb 16, 2016 3:00:59 AM

I often think about the truly remarkable nature of co-active coaching. Even as I write this, co-active coaches from around the world are working in global corporations and small businesses, in education and legal fields, coaching people to reach for a greater expression of themselves and to live lives of authenticity, intimacy, and response-ability.

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Topics: co-active, leadership, transformation, coaching

Why Coaches should “Get Social” on Social Media

Posted by CTI Guest Author on Jan 15, 2016 3:00:28 AM

Not all coaches agree about the efficacy of using social media as a way to build a coaching business. Whether you are growing a practice aimed at personal development coaching, executive coaching, or other forms of coaching, social media can be an important ally.

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Topics: coach, social media, Coaching Business

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