TELL ME HOW YOU FEEL

December 1, 2016

 

Today I’m linking our blog to that of Dan Haile (Haile Coaching & Leadership). He writes on “The Other ‘F’ Word” with brevity, wit, and wisdom. As a bonus, Dan ends his posts with a practice exercise that is always worth some thought. Pretty great, isn’t it?

 

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Here is the beginning of Dan’s 3-minute read:

 

In nearly every coaching relationship we have, there comes a point when we must discuss the dreaded, four-letter “F” word. This uncomfortable word strikes fear in the hearts of nearly every professional we’ve ever worked with, filling their heads with all manner of nightmarish visions of office embarrassment and censure.

I’m not talking about the “F” word that would’ve gotten your mouth washed out with soap when you were a kid.

I’m talking about a word that impacts every single leader’s life, every day—whether they acknowledge it or not.

The word is… feel.

Continue reading here…

Thanks, Dan.

 

 



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