Listen to David Brown's August 16, 2016 interview with CultureSync's CEO, Carrie Kish, on the differences between coaching and therapy. The interview goes way beyond semantics to reveal deeper insights and possibilities that can be achieved with MasterCoaches coaching! Click to listen.
Requests & Promises Article
Everything gets done in an organization through a series of requests and promises. These are the linguistic building blocks that are the foundation for all actions and results. If things are not getting done effectively in your organization, your people are likely not being impeccable about their commitments. Our article titled "Promise Management or Time Management?" will give you immediate tools and insights for addressing this common and vexing problem. Click to download.
Our complimentary 12-page eBook "How To Create Great Places To Work" contains useful tips you can apply immediately, plus a free brief self-assessment of your organization! Please click here to learn more about it.
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“Eddie Marmol is the consummate professional with a very compassionate manner. He listens intently to his clients, he hears their words and he really gets the thoughts, feelings and sentiments under the words in order to flesh out what they really want to accomplish. He has a gift for planning and seeing how things can be and then guide his clients to achieving what they want. Anyone who works with Eddie will be so glad they did so. He is a rare gem, especially in executive coaching.” -- Susan Marion, president and founder of YourInternalAlly
Quote of the Day
“All of our artistic and religious traditions take equally great pains to inform us that we must never mistake a good career for good work. Life is a creative, intimate, unpredictable conversation if it is nothing else—and our life and our work are both the result of the way we hold that passionate conversation.” -- David Whyte, in Crossing the Unknown Sea: Work as a Pilgrimage of Identity