Monthly Archives: July 2014

Executive coaching training: Expect to be challenged, academically and personally

Studying to become a coach for business leaders did not match what had I expected of graduate study. I hadn’t been to graduate school, but plenty of friends had told stories. Of course, I expected to study hard, learn theories … Continue reading

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Spend the right amount of time on learning to coach

If you’re concerned about the time it takes to complete a coaching certification program, be sure to evaluate whether you’ll get the right amount of practice to build foundational skill. Continue reading

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How is Massachusetts addressing and treating postpartum depression?

Contributed By Margaret Hannah, Executive Director of the Freedman Center for Child and Family Development Tom Ashbrook of WBUR’s “On Point” recently discussed the struggle with depression that parents often face. I applaud him for bringing this conversation to the … Continue reading

The Great Expectations Recession

If you’re worried about the future, you’re in good company. But it isn’t company that’s good for you. Not only are we still in a stubborn economic recession, we’re in an expectations recession. Don’t forget what your broker says: Past … Continue reading

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