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Coaching – Growing the Relationship

Lisa Arcemont, Instructor “Our traditional organizations are designed to provide for the first three levels of Maslow’s hierarchy of human needs: food, shelter and belonging…The ferment in management will continue until organizations begin to address the higher order needs: self-respect … Continue reading

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Coaching or Mentoring: Which Should I Use?

Lisa Arcemont, Instructor “Caring about others works because it’s a paradigm focused on people, not things; it’s focused on relationships, not schedules; it’s focused on effectiveness, not efficiency; it’s focused on personal leadership, not resource management.” –Stephen R. Covey As … Continue reading

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