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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#Leadership Lesson: Realize and understand your evolution. Share it with others. “So much of what is lost in our personal, business, and work worlds is lost through miscommunication, or even lack of communication. “ @wgby #development #passion #careers ow.ly/wWMj50qbniV
This article is great especially because of how it addresses and covers fear, both what it is and how we can use it. My favorite line: It’s not about you, it’s about having a positive impact on someone else’s life. #coaching #publicspeaking #fear theladders.com/career-advice/…
Has your path been clear, structured, and stable, or unclear, uncertain, and haphazard? Look for the benefit in the LOOK of your path. The lessons to learn and appreciate are there. #career #life #success #motivation #leadership #entrepreneur ow.ly/67ZC30oohGW
Leadership Lesson: Don’t dismiss the entire set of takeaways from a past experience because you regret any portion of it which may make you uncomfortable or feel ashamed. #leadership #coaching #development #lessons #reflections #passion #badbosses ow.ly/Qqk750pbmqN
Have you found your calling? If not, what steps are you taking? (Do you need to find a calling? Not everyone does) If you have, what did it take? What’s your story? #leadership #professional #development #passion ow.ly/rn3z30ogCb5
Grateful to have been able to speak with Veronica Garcia for the @wgby show Connecting Point to do a segment on #leadershipcoaching, what it means to me, and what it can do for people. #leadership #development #business connectingpoint.wgby.org/disc…
For learning -- reading, listening, watching, analyzing -- how are you evolving toward your own best self? It's not anyone else's responsibility to make you better. Own your path and #development. #knowledge #coaching #leadership #reading #education ow.ly/h9HA30kSMvm
Leadership Lesson: Do not wait until your skills, attributes, and value are called upon, noticed, and appreciated by an audience, to continue building, demonstrating, and packaging what you’re all about. #leadership #coaching #motivation #determination ow.ly/3FDt30ofOs5
Great breakdown in this paragraph. Not everyone in one category is the same. Learn to investigate and vet what you see in front of you, extracting value where possible, instead of generalizing. #millennials #workplace #leadership ow.ly/u0zd30o36hZ pic.twitter.com/3vbRhnN96B
There IS a huge difference between shyness and introversion. Most times, understanding the root of how you approach life, work, projects, and people, helps you work to harness it, refine it, to make it work for you. #introversion #shyness #development ow.ly/d7zC30kP0nv
Review, cut, but learn from the toxic parts of your life. Whether it's people, co-workers, emotions, self-perception, social circles, social media, etc. There's too much greatness out there to limit yourself or settle. #self #development #leadership ow.ly/3CCt30mD7uu
Leadership Lesson: The true value & benefit you gain from hobbies you explore can cross from one area of your life into another, serving you on all fronts. Do you see the value & benefits you can take from your #hobbies? #leadership #coaching #CEO ow.ly/7WIp30o9Sl4
There's no problem with "...going back to the well." But which well are you going back to -- the good or bad? Do you repeatedly commit the same mistakes? Are you sure about your answer? #leadership #development #coaching #growth #life ow.ly/yXm830o2JJz
How do you decide to step away from what you're working on? Do you know what your threshold is? Are you sure? Taking on too much can crush us in different ways, whether it depletes our energy, mental health, relationships, effectiveness, etc. #life #career #health #mentalhealth
Great article. My favorite question on the list: DO I OPERATE FROM THE INSIDE OUT? In short, how much of what you want truly comes from inside -- for yourself & not anyone else? #Beselfish 😉 #personal #leadership #life #goals #development #coaching ow.ly/pSix30obwjF
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