The Fear of “Feedback”!

Tags: Assessing Performance, Coaching, Emotional Intelligence, Leadership Worth Sharing Blog

Let’s face it, we all have ‘feedback fear’ to some degree. Don’t get me wrong, everyone likes to be told what we’re doing well. What we don’t like is being told what we can do better. And, this even applies to those individuals who claim they ‘love’ constructive feedback. Truth be told, we all have […]

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Oops, I Screwed Up!

Tags: Accountability, Coaching, Leadership Worth Sharing Blog

I don’t know about you but I have many, many priorities . . . and many, many people I’m personally responsible for. It’s not an excuse, it’s a fact. Keeping track of different emails and texts can be a challenge, especially if people have common names and common phone numbers. And in the spur of […]

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What Makes Someone ‘Coachable?’

Tags: Assessing Performance, Coaching, Leadership Worth Sharing Blog

As a leadership and executive coach, I’m often called in to ‘help’ incumbent leaders ‘’grow’ into their roles. Said differently, organizations are unhappy with the performance of these leaders and are ‘hoping’ that I can get their performance on track. Don’t get me wrong, this is what I love to do which is why I’ve […]

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The Importance of Presence

Tags: Coaching, Emotional Intelligence, Leadership, Leadership Worth Sharing Blog

Welcome to Rubi’s First Guest Blog. Today, we are featuring Kathy Gingrich Lubbers,  a highly talented and insightful Certified SAOL™ Consultant  with The Rubi Ho Group. Enjoy! The best present you can give is your presence.” – Anonymous Hmmm. Now that’s a thought-provoker. Whether you’re a parent challenged in finding more time with your kids […]

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My Company ‘Under-Values’ Me

Tags: Accountability, Coaching, Employee Engagement, Leadership, Leadership Worth Sharing Blog, Organizational Culture, Podcasts

The feeling of being under-valued is undoubtedly one of the most sensitive topics within the realm of organizational health. And it’s also one of the most common. Most consultants prefer to side-step it because it is an area fraught with emotion, unmet expectations and vastly differing perceptions. But that’s exactly why we must address it […]

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