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by Nina McGuffin - Feb, 2008
In a coach approach the focus is on maximizing strengths rather than correcting weaknesses. This doesn’t mean that I encourage clients to ignore their weaknesses. To the contrary, self awareness includes knowing what you don’t do well so you aren't sabotaged by these things. Here are four strategies for minimizing weaknesses: Make it safe to talk about them. In many organizations the biggest obstacle to a strength-base...
 
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by Nina McGuffin - Sep, 2007
Summer is one of my favorite seasons. I enjoy being active and making more time for outdoor exercise. It reminds me of how important it is to be fully engaged in whatever I am doing. There’s a lot of talk these days about employee engagement - increasing the amount of discretionary effort that employees give to their work. Research shows that if we improve the quality of each person’s inner experience while they are on...
 
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