The Coach It Out Blog contains posts across various fields of discussion. You’ll see each post can have a designation based on the type of post it is. Posts can be categorized as Article, CiO Brief, In The Middle, among others.
Below is an explanation of each of the categories.
Article – Provides a longer form breakdown of topics for consideration and conversation.
General Leadership – Speaks to the tenets and discipline of leadership overall.
To The Bosses – These posts speak directly to those in charge by title. It seeks to outline points of attention in their teams and organizations to consider in order to move their mission, group, and cause forward in the most efficient, aware, and productive fashion.
To The Graduates – These posts speak directly to those who have recently graduated from an institution of education. The lessons can also be reviewed and considered by those further along in their professional careers.
To The Students – These posts speak directly to the student population of any educational level so that they begin to learn facets of leadership and consider the steps to take in their development. It is for the students to understand that they don’t need wait to develop and sharpen their own leadership strengths.
In The Middle – These posts describe topics where there are two view points covered and ask the reader to look at each side to determine how each side views the issue at hand. The underlying lesson here is that we should always consider where the other side of the conversation, debate, or argument is coming from.
CiO Briefs– Covers a brief post on a contemporary topic that is relevant to leadership or any number of the areas of development CiO covers.
In order to find articles that speak about a theme, check out the tag cloud under the CiO’s Talking About… box at the bottom of any page on the CiO website.
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Acknowledging the separation between who you’ve been and what you’ve done in the past, and how you plan to build upon that going forward, allows you to track, assess, and strengthen your development and growth. #leadershipdevelopment #leadershipcoaching ow.ly/2LdD50wPHf6
Regardless of whether or not you have a leadership title, how would others describe you? What you do with the reasonable, appropriate, and dependable opinions is what's going to set you apart. #leadership #leadershipcoaching #leadershipdevelopment ow.ly/xAkF30pJRVH
How do you create positive, impactful moments & experiences for/with those in your various environments & worlds, not just at work? Do you proactively enhance the stakeholder experience? How? #customerservice #stakeholders #relationships #leadership ow.ly/YFC530pISXu
In our busy world of cluttered schedules & constant commitments, be sure to prioritize your own mental health before anything else. World Mental Health Day 2019: focus on suicide prevention ow.ly/SqDZ30pHpX3 #mentalhealth #mentalhealthawareness #mentalhealthawarenessday
Even if you weren't that kid in the principal's office, which of your attributes and tendencies then, either denounced by others or which caused you self-doubt, have become your greatest tools and assets today? #leadership #leadershipcoaching ow.ly/eaoZ30pGUic
This is why I've gravitate toward working with leaders in transition -- those being primed for leadership positions or those new to their positions: I help them realize and tap into their best value and abilities. #leadership #management #coaching ow.ly/YDb030pGyww
It's always great to have a conversation about who we are, what we do, and what's inspired us to share what we do with the world. Thank you so much for the time and talk, @NickWagnerSr! #leadership #coaching #podcast linkedin.com/posts/jmjarami… pic.twitter.com/v9qbczeJ54
What examples have you seen of a temperamental, emotional #leader delivering great results? If you did witness such a case, how was it the environment actually came to be successful? #leadership #organization #boss #manager #emotions
Leadership Lesson: There can be no growth or development forward if you’re tolerating too much, unwisely using your precious resources, including energy and reputation, to hold things together or keep appearances. #leadership #coaching #relationships ow.ly/YwgW30pnARA
Some quotes can speak to us directly. If there are none that have spoken to you, or driven you to push forward, what advice received in your own experience has motivated you to push forward with everything you have? #motivation #drive #success #coaching ow.ly/lSp030mzXov
@VPsalesBD @AdamMGrant @seanmlandry It's important to define 1:1. They don't necessarily lead to micromanagement. The best ones I've seen are more, "What are you up to? What do you need? What's your plan going forward? Ok, after all that, here's what I can suggest. Let me know what you need before our next 1:1."
My top tip: Before you declare a major, go interview 5 people in the field you'd like to enter after graduation. The industry landscape will shift, but try to get a sense of what awaits you -- the good and the bad. #college #careers #development #life ow.ly/csLo30plqA5
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