Coaching & Clowns in Happy Gilmore

Realizing talent in others, while not always the easiest thing to do in practice, is one of the key attributes in an effective coach. Studies show that people, by nature, feel the need to succeed at new challenges and engage in interesting activities. In this case, playing golf allowed Happy to try something new and find success in an activity outside of his comfort zone. Continue reading Coaching & Clowns in Happy Gilmore

The Introverted Leader: Is the Workplace Still Biased Towards Extroversion?

As much as we tend to be drawn towards putting ourselves and others in little boxes when it comes to personality types and preferences, our introvert/extrovert tendencies are not always so black and white. Not only do we draw energy from different sources on different days, but we can find our preferences changing as we journey through life. Continue reading The Introverted Leader: Is the Workplace Still Biased Towards Extroversion?