Diversity

Diversity

Diversity in the workplace has been a big topic of conversation ever since the early 1990s. Back then, research suggested that by the year 2000, 85% of the entering workforce would be female, African-American, Asian-American, Latino, or new immigrants. The idea that...
Developing Win/Win/Win Outcomes

Developing Win/Win/Win Outcomes

Whenever there is a conflict or disagreement, the natural inclination of both parties is to fight for their way. Humans are wired to win. Our need for power must be satisfied somehow, and we learn very early how to power over other people to get what we want....
Ten Ways Misery Can Help

Ten Ways Misery Can Help

As a helping professional, have you ever encountered clients who seem to revel in their misery? It’s not that they are having any fun—misery is miserable, after all. But if you understand Choice Theory, you realize that all behavior is purposeful. Even in the most...
Choice Theory

Choice Theory

As one of my readers, you’ve likely encountered the phrase Choice Theory, but it’s possible you’ve missed out on the details. Choice Theory is an explanation of all human behavior developed by Dr. William Glasser. There are five components of this theory— basic human...
10 Reasons Clients Don’t Reach Their Goals

10 Reasons Clients Don’t Reach Their Goals

For new coaches, it is frustrating when clients aren’t making the progress expected of them. Whenever clients aren’t successful, there are many things to explore. However, this exploration won’t happen if you forget to follow up on their actions. A rookie mistake is...

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