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So far Erin Waddell has created 29 blog entries.

Join us in this complimentary webinar series for an online learning DISRUPTION – no more checking your email while endless powerpoint slides go by. Online learning is a top HR trend for 2018. 

Prepare to be happier and more engaged while you experience learning and development that is practical, interactive, and personal to your own situation, team, challenge or project. We use […]

By |July 16th, 2018|Change Strategies, Communication, Leadership Skills|0 Comments

Leadership in a Complex World – Drama in the Workplace

Webinar Series: Leadership in a Complex World

Drama in the Workplace

Are you experiencing drama in your workplace or life? Do you find it frustrating and at times ill-equipped on how to deal with it? You are not alone in this struggle.

Join us in this complimentary webinar series for an online learning DISRUPTION – no more checking your email while endless powerpoint slides […]

By |July 15th, 2018|Coaching, Communication, Leadership Skills|0 Comments

Celebrate

July 1st and 4th is a week to celebrate for both Canada and the USA.

It is also a week for us to celebrate our own successes and accomplishments.

We work hard and live busy lives….

…and we do not have to try harder, be perfect, or be anything we are not. The road we are on is meant to help us figure out […]

By |July 4th, 2018|Core Values, Leadership Skills, Role Modeling|0 Comments

Move from Distracted to Focused in Under an Hour

Webinar Series: Leadership in a Complex World
Moving from Global Distractions & Competing Priorities to creating Focus that Matters

Are mounting distractions and competing priorities pulling you in multiple directions?
Are you spending time weeding other people’s garden with no time left for your own?
Join us to reclaim your precious time and focus on what matters most.
Date: Aug 15, 2018
Time:11 am MT / […]

Leadership in a Complex World Webinar Series

Leadership in a Complex World Webinar Series
The Oxygen Mask: Managing Your Energy and Enhancing you Well-Being at Work
Thanks to those who registered and/or attended our webinar, Leadership in a Complex World – The Oxygen Mask: Managing Your Energy and Enhancing Your Well-Being at Work. We hope you enjoyed it!

In our discussion, we talked about evolving our coping and balancing mechanisms […]

By |May 10th, 2018|Leadership Skills|0 Comments

Is Your Project Breaking Apart or Breaking Open?

If you’ve ever worked on, managed or sponsored a project you know that project plans, schedules and budgets are great planning tools at the beginning but then something seems to happen in the middle.
We have status reports that measure if our project is over or under (don’t laugh too hard at that one) budget, on or behind schedule but one […]

Resilience – needed today more than ever!

Resilience, long thought to be the ability to bounce back from a failure or tough situation is now moving proactively into a component of one’s success.

“More than education, more than experience, more than training, a person’s level of resilience will determine who succeeds and who fails. That’s true in the cancer ward, it’s true in the Olympics, and it’s true […]

By |November 10th, 2016|Coaching, Core Values, Leadership Skills, Resilience|1 Comment

How a 15 min #coaching conversation helped overcome years of self-criticism

I’ve known for a long time about the benefits of meditation. You don’t need to sell me on the practise. I used to think about it all the time and yet wasn’t able to find the activator to cross the boundary from thinking to doing. This persisted for years and turned into a form of self-criticism.

Self-talk, the brain’s own inner observations […]

By |December 3rd, 2015|Coaching, Meditation, Personal Mastery|0 Comments

Dare to stop comparing yourself to others

When I compare my life or progress to someone else I may occasionally think I’m doing worse than they are. That is a self-defeating pity trap. I rob myself of acknowledging my progress, basking in it and using it as a launching point for more growth.

When I compare my life or progress to someone else I may occasionally think […]

By |February 13th, 2015|Coaching, Uncategorized|0 Comments

How do you actually quit worrying & redirect your energy?

Worrying is based on the illusion that by expending negative mental energy you will somehow (magic?) make the situation turn out all right or prevent a catastrophe. We anticipate that something will go wrong or not turn out the way we want it to and doubt that we are capable of managing or controlling the situation.

I worry that a family […]

By |September 12th, 2014|Leadership Skills, Personal Mastery|0 Comments