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Welcome! We are a community of coach practitioners with all levels of experience who share the same passion for coaching and how it improves the world. We hope our blog series provide you with deeper insights into our work and who we are. With each post, you may click on the the author’s name for profile and contact information. We will also have guest bloggers from the coaching industry and from industries served by coaches to provide you with additional perspectives and insights.

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Being at Work Better than Before through Recreation

by Sarah Graves, PCC | Jul 06, 2021

In 2019, the cost to US businesses of stress in the workplace exceeds $500 B.

The pandemic, heat waves, working from home or in the office, safety guidelines, past trauma... it can all be too much to deal with while trying to be productive and keep up expectations at work.

How do you go back to work... better than before? How do you create a working environment equipped to handle these real-life challenges?

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5 Ways Business Coaching Can Benefit Your Organization

by Be Choose Cause Global Leaders Conference | Aug 06, 2020

Influential leaders are indispensable for the growth of an organization. Unfortunately, only 19% of businesses are actively developing their leaders. This is a disturbing trend, considering that leaders, both good and bad, can either improve or decline to a business.

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