March 06, 2012 BY: Paul Thallner

Three Things New Leaders Must Remember

Way back, a co-worker was promoted to a management role and changed his entire look on Day One. Don’t be that person. Seriously.

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November 16, 2011 BY: Paul Thallner

Taking a Lesson from The Future

Change is hard, and people tend to fail at it often. Try small, safe experiments that move you in the direction of your ideal self. Be selective and deliberate about where you experiment. For example, if you are experimenting with voicing your opinions at meetings, try it out with your family around the dinner table first.

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October 20, 2011 BY: Suzanne Rotondo

Watch Teleos Webinar, “Coaching with Compassion, What the Neuropsychology Tells Us”

Focus on long-term development, not altering short-term performance. Coaching with compassion involves helping people bring more of their passions and aspirations to work.Take the time to teach and lead your employees. People are hard-wired to learn through relationships and by mirroring their mentors. Instead of expecting employees to change by reading or listening to information, take the time to teach and lead your employees through example.

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June 14, 2011 BY: teleos

Teleos Coach Development Program USA 2 complete!

The third open enrollment TCDP was completed on Saturday, June 12, 2011, marking the finish of the second USA program […]

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March 03, 2011 BY: Chris Allen Thomas

How To Catch a Monkey

I was suffering all week as I was mulling over an idea that explains how leaders can harness resistance to propel their organizations forward. Because it was so wonderful, I had a hard time letting go of it.

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February 23, 2011 BY: teleos

Making Emotional Intelligence Sticky

The literature has long shown that the long-term outcomes of development programs fall below expectations after participants leave the program. In fact, there is little post-training reinforcement or support in the development of new positive habits.

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