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Coaching women | AnnDaly.com

Coaching reminders

Here’s a digest of the daily coaching reminders I shared online this week. (For even more coaching advice, let’s connect on Facebook and Twitter!) Meaning isn’t something you “find.” It’s something you create. Know the difference between attached and curious. A simple, timely apology is usually the best strategy. Repeated apologies prevent us from moving […]

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Women we love: Gay Edelman

My favorite thing on Facebook comes from Gay Norton Edelman: her “Just for today” posts are loving self-reminders about how to keep present. It’s an intimate experience, how she opens up her own practice for me to share. It’s like we’re back on a coaching call again. Yes, sometimes even a coach needs a coach. […]

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Jed or Leo?

You know that parlor game so well-loved by celebrity interviewers — “Stones or Beatles?” “Beer or wine?” “Beach or mountains?” Well, I have a favorite question of my own: “Jed or Leo?” That’s Josiah (Jed) Bartlet and Leo McGarry of “The West Wing.” Jed is the president, the talent, the front-man. Leo is the chief […]

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Coaching reminders

Here’s a digest of the daily coaching reminders I shared online this week. (For even more coaching advice, let’s connect on Facebook and Twitter!) It’s easier to resist than to grow. Know the difference between absorption and distraction. If you’re not learning, you’re slipping into irrelevance. Take it one step at a time. What’s your […]

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Coaching reminders

Here’s a digest of the daily coaching reminders I shared online this week. (For even more coaching advice, connect with me on Facebook and Twitter.) Do the work. Everything else is gravy. Inaction is not a confidence problem. It’s an inaction problem. The question is not, “Can I do it?” The question is: “Can I […]

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Successful women | AnnDaly.com

How my coaching client got a 40% raise

My coaching clients inspire me every single day. So when the Jill Abramson story broke, I took to heart the courage and confidence of a young client who recently stood up for her worth. I wrote an Op-Ed piece to share her success story, and the Austin-American Statesman published it this past Sunday. In case […]

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Coaching reminders

A digest of the coaching reminders I shared online this week: The question is not: “Is it perfect?” The question is not: “Is it good enough?” The question is: “Does it work?” If you choose to suffer in silence, you choose to continue suffering. A leader stands by her good decisions, even if they’re unpopular. […]

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move from fear to confidence | Ann Daly PhD

What you can learn in coaching

Do you ever wonder what kinds of things you’ll learn in coaching? Eleanor, one of my rising-star clients, agreed to share her top-10 list: I learned to: 1.  relate criticism to my skills, not my self. 2.  let go, because there is no such thing as perfection. 3.  see that my career can be a […]

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how to interview a coach | Ann Daly PhD

Coaching reminders

A weekly digest of the coaching reminders I shared online this week: Stop looking over your shoulder. Know the difference between a problem and a first-world problem. What do you want more: to grow, or remain comfortable? It’s your choice. There is no silver bullet. Know the difference between fair and equal. Eliminate the word […]

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Will executive coaching really get you results?

Last time, I summarized  Deborah Galuk’s doctoral dissertation research (“Executive Coaching: What is the experience like for executive women?,” University of Minnesota, 2009) about the executive coaching process for women. This time, I want to outline her findings about coaching outcomes. In other words: what’s the upside? Of course, every woman comes to executive coaching with […]

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