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13Mar2009

Prediction: face the facts

  • By Ian Bradley
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In my executive coaching practice in Montreal, many of the business issues that I discuss with my clients concern prediction. These prediction problems are rarely conceptualized as such, instead they are couched in jargon of the particular business using words such as “forecasting,” “planning” or “analysis”. However, the underlying psychological process is prediction. For example,
12Feb2009

Problem-solving: my view on coaching

  • By Ian Bradley
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A friend recently asked me about my practice in executive coaching. He was curious about what the major mental health problems the executives that I see in my practice face. He had in mind the typical collection of diagnostic entities such as depression, anxiety, or perhaps more behavioural deficits, such as, perfectionism or excessive self-criticism.
23Jan2009

Life can be lonely at the top

  • By Ian Bradley
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Executive coach as a confidant A large part of my practice in executive coaching consists of providing the unique perspective of an informed outsider. The informed part is relatively easy to define. I bring an extensive knowledge of psychology to address problems in the workplace.  Psychology is truly an impressive field that spans everything from
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