You want to make a greater impact, build stronger relationships, achieve balance, and live a fulfilling life. Emotional Intelligence (EQ) is one thing that directly affects all four areas. As a professional coach, I will partner with you to chart out a course that will help you develop the skills to increase your EQ.
In one of Harvard Business Review's most requested article, What Makes A Leader, Daniel Goleman says, "Emotional Intelligence is the sine qua non to Leadership." The most impactful leaders are those that consistently apply their EQ. So have you ever wondered how your EQ measures up? And did you know that with increased self-awareness and coaching you can develop your EQ?
Parenting can be stressful. As a Coach, I will help you to become self-aware so you can recognize your patterns of behavior, make intentional choices rather than react in the heat of the moment, and be purposeful creating an environment where you can have a healthy and fun relationship with your kids.
Whether you are in high school or college, being a student these days comes with all kinds of complex challenges, decisions, and choices. Often times it requires a precise balancing act. I will help you gain life-long skills that will directly impact your effectiveness, relationships, and overall well-being.
After coming off a 4-day weekend with my family, here are 10 things I am learning about myself and parenting.
As a Coach who focuses on helping parents and teens, I can be pretty hard on myself when it comes to my own parenting. It's always much easier to look at a situation and help people
How can parents help teens develop self efficacy
When you think of the word SUCCESS what comes to mind?
Now think of the word SUCCESS and your TEEN. How are you defining success for your teen?
According to Julie Lythcott-Haims, (TED talk How to Raise Successful Kids Without Over