Category Archives for "Coaching"

Interview with negotiation expert Hal Movius: Becoming More Confident in your Negotiations and in Your Life


My interview this month features Hal Movius, founder of Movius Consulting and author of the new book, Resolve: Negotiating Life’s Conflicts with Greater Confidence. Hal is an applied psychologist who helps leaders and teams better manage negotiations, relationships, and themselves. A graduate of Harvard, Hal earned a PhD in clinical psychology from the University of […]

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Giving Support

Many leaders I work with initially complain their teams and certain individuals are not able to function independently without their direct input. When we discuss the situation, it often becomes clear the leader has not allowed the team or people to fully develop their skills without the leader stepping in to “speed things up,” “fix […]

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Three powerful sentences

In 1989, I had my first “official” executive coaching session. At the time, I was barely keeping my head above water in a stormy sea of leadership, management and entrepreneurial challenges. My coach said three things that changed my life forever. The first thing he said to me was: “No matter how bad you feel […]

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