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To Dare Is to Lose One’s Footing Momentarily. Not to Dare Is to Lose Oneself.

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Marianne Van Wetter  |  May 17, 2017
Friends People Group Teamwork Diversity

The power of personal leadership programs for (young) adults in heterogeneous groups Personal Leadership programs are often executed in rather homogeneous groups. So what happens if you mix cultures, ages and backgrounds? Here is what we experienced in our work for the Mountain Child Care  »

Looking Back on How Far We’ve Come

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Janet Keller, CPCC, PCC  |  May 10, 2017
Open book with text on both sides and a pen in the middle

In 1992, I hired Henry (not-yet-Kimsey) House as my coach. At that point, CTI had just been birthed, a twinkle of an idea the founders were busy dreaming into existence. And like so many of us, my life was changed forever when I got a taste of (not-yet-Co-Active) coaching. In 1993, I gamely showed  »

What Kind of Leader Are You?

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Karen Kimsey-House  |  May 03, 2017
Business People Sitting in an Office Building Having a Meeting

When you think of leadership, what images spring to mind? Perhaps you see a bold visionary standing alone at the helm of the organization, brimming with charisma. Or perhaps it is someone more dictatorial — the boss barking out orders to subordinates. In either case, this form of leadership is  »

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