8 Ways to Continue Learning after Education Is Over

by David Krueger, MD When I coach executives and self employed business people to develop their success skills, they come to know themselves and others better. As they have worked to learn human dynamics, they have used the following strategies to enhance their growth...

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Professional Coaching for Healthcare Specialists

Writing the Next Chapter of Your Success Story by David Krueger, MD Professional Coaching Vignette Leslie consulted me because she wanted to expand her clinical practice but felt stuck. She said she wanted either a Money Coach or a CEO Coach. An acknowledged expert in...

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18 Caveats on How NOT to Change

....and What to Do to Stay Where You Don’t Want to Be By David Krueger, MD Change is not simple. Why do we repeat behavior that doesn’t work? Especially those actions that lead to stifling debt, disappointing careers, or stuck relationships. Then do it harder, yet...

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The Top 10 “Toolbox” Questions Leaders Can Ask

We all know how to ask questions. We’ve been asking questions since we started talking. But too often the questions that pop into our heads and come out of our mouths are not all that great, and might ultimately be counterproductive or even outright destructive. And these random, poorly thought out questions waste a lot of everyone’s time, money, and energy.

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Your Story

People perceive and remember what fits into their personal plot - an internal script of oneself and one's world. Beliefs and assumptions (inspired by experiences) dictate what you look for and attribute meaning. You always find or create that which validates those...

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How Do You Listen?

Many people define listening as sitting quietly, while another person talks. Most are surprised to learn that listening is actually a 2-way, circular process. Effective Life Coaches understand the listening process, have mastered the techniques well, and employ...

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Coaching For Engagement and Success

It's no secret that employees who like their jobs and their managers work harder than employees who don't. While managers once looked for ways to control and even intimidate their employees into working harder, the 21st century manager has discovered the wisdom in the...

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Coaching Red Flags

As coaches, we talk a lot about the "red flags" we hear from our clients - the things they might say, do, or even not say that indicate a potential obstacle to their progress. These red flags trigger our intuition and seizing these moments in a coaching session can be...

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Skittles: It’s Not Knowledge. It’s the Shift.

We often hear "knowledge is power." While it is true that knowledge can be power, when it comes to change, knowledge alone just doesn't get it done. Recently, I was engaged in a conversation with a well-known executive coach whose niche is CEO-only coaching. We were...

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Creating Positive Change

It's that time again ...have you made your New Year's Resolutions? Or are you like many well-intentioned people who have decided it's a losing battle and not worth the aggravation? New Year's Resolutions are always filled with good intentions and hope for a better...

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