Leading Minds Associate Stefan Kalt, PhD recently published an article about using coaches effectively in Academia. Read to get insights into how coaches can improve life for academics at all levels, and for more about the case for coaching at colleges and universities. (How Coaching Can Help)
Dr. Brendel and Ryan Stelzer of Strategy of Mind co-authored this post on LinkedIn Pulse introducing the Human Quotient. The Human Quotient is both a metric by which companies can assess their employees and a set of uniquely human skills that employees can develop. (How the Human Quotient Improves Careers andRead More >
Now and then, I receive calls from reporters who are interested in my opinions as an Executive Coach or Psychiatrist. I am always happy to talk about a wide range of interests, but I particularly enjoyed working with the press for this article to discuss the management styles of someRead More >
In this post on NCR Silver, Allison Abrams, LCSW-R (our NYC-based mindfulness expert) explains the impact of meditation on the lives of business owners. (4 Ways Meditation Can Make You a More Effective Business Owner).
This article, co-authored by David Brendel, Md, PhD and Allison Abrams, LCSW-R outlines the “4 Ms” model of leadership training that is used in our practice to help leader’s minds grow. (What Every New Leader Needs To Know)
For most executives, the ability to recognize and regulate their emotions is an important part of their success. This Huffington Post blog discusses the use of mindfulness techniques to help executives better understand, regulate and cope with their emotions. (Coaching Executives to Regulate Their Emotions: The Role of Mindfulness Strategies).
In this Harvard Business Review blog post, I discuss a method I use in my executive coaching practice to help new managers succeed. The method focuses on four crucial areas and the importance of some of the related hard and soft skills that have been shown to have an impact.Read More >
Leading Minds Executive Coaching associate Allison Abrams, LCSW, and Dr. David Brendel co-wrote this article published on GoodTherapy.org. It explains the benefits of meditation and mindfulness practices. (Mindfulness, Not Mindlessness: Why Meditation Isn’t Selfish)
This post on the Camden Consulting Group’s blog outlines my thoughts on how coaching clients are taking the directive to be more strategic and examines one aspect of how coaches help clients transform their client’s mindset and behavior. (Executive Coaching: Coaching Clients to Be more Strategic)
In this Media Shower “Thoughts From the Shower” blog post, I discuss the progression of articles that I’ve written myself, and with my co-author and Leading Minds Executive Coaching associate Emmie Row Stamell, about the strategies and potential pitfalls of practicing mindfulness in the workplace. These posts have sparked interestingRead More >