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In my practice as a executive coach in Montreal, I am often confronted by clients who criticize themselves for lack of organizational skills.
“Why can’t I get this done?” or “I’m always behind” and “my to-do list never gets accomplished!…Read more...
ADVANCED STUDY IN BEHAVIOURAL DISORDERS
COURSE SYLLABUS: 2018-2019
Professor: Dr. Ian Bradley
Psychology of Work
Why aren’t people in need seeking psychotherapy? That’s the question that resonated in a recent California conference and that’s the question that got me thinking about my own psychotherapy practice.
I often hear recently referred clients state that they liked their previous shrink…Read more...
FEATURED READINGS FROM DR. B
As part of my coaching, I make it a habit to loan books from my collection to address specific issues in the workplace. Here’s what on my shelf right now.
I must admit that I had some serious doubts about this thin book with its all-too catchy title. As a university professor who believes in empirically justified everything, my doubts were fueled by the author’s introduction proudly proclaiming that the books reflects a “non-theoretical or non-research based perspective.” Boy, was my initial judgment wrong. In
Jason Selk There is a considerable literature on goal attainment with multiple books providing tips on how to stay focused, measure progress and even celebrate achievement. I will not provide the reader with yet another creative decoding of the SMART acronym. However, in Executive Toughness not much text is devoted to these concepts. I thought