See Dr. Brendel on the Seize the Moment video podcast where he discusses the significance of slowing down your thinking process to make better choices, how your mindset can prevent you from being an effective leader, and embracing new models of thought.
Walking meetings have been gaining popularity in recent years and in some circumstances, they may have increased utility during the COVID-19 pandemic. In a recent post on the Keystone Partners blog, Dr. Brendel describes the pros and cons of walking meetings and gives some suggestions on the best ways to make them successful.
By Dr. Stefan Kalt and Dr. David Brendel
As the “new normal” of COVID sinks in, many are feeling anxious, lonely, and unwell. And for good reason: professional and personal plans are on hold or have been curtailed, social distancing is taking its toll, we’re mourning the loss of personal freedoms, and caring for ourselves and others is more challenging.Read More »
Dr. Brendel provides helpful advice to those looking for executive coaching services. (How Do I Know If My Executive Coach is Well Qualified?)Read More »
Dr. Brendel discusses how to foster psychological safety in your organization through dialog so that coworkers feel valued and respected. (Developing Psychological Safety in Your Team Culture)Read More »
In this article in Training Magazine, Stephan Kalt, PhD and Dr. David Brendel, MD, PhD, help a client to organize his time and get on track to better strategic planning using the AGILE coaching method. (An AGILE Approach to Improving Executive Functions)Read More »
Dr. Brendel and other executive coaches provide a response to a recent Harvard Business Review article detailing how executives should know when they aren’t ready for a coach. This article provides information on how to know when it’s a great time to benefit from a coach. (5 Signs It’s the Perfect Time for Executive Coaching)Read More »
Diane Shannon and David Brendel co-authored this guest post on this physician-centered blog about the escalating problem of burnout in the medical fields. Together they outline the problem and suggest some needed changes that would help alleviate the problem. Among the proposed solutions is the idea that medical providers would benefit from executive coaching to help with time and people-management skills.Read More »
In this Huffington Post article, Dr. Brendel makes the case for app-based executive coaching while giving the pros and cons versus human coaching engagements. (Elevate The Executive Within: The Democratization of Executive Coaching)Read More »