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"You'll become a better you. It's like a full makeover," is how executive coaching client Wanda described her experience with Bogliolo Coaching & Consulting. This comment is exactly why Véronique Bogliolo does what she does – to help high-potential and established professionals determine what they truly want in their careers and explore their inner strength to make it a reality.
Change can be overwhelming. In this video, we go over some tips on how to approach change and not be fearful of it.
With the kids back to school, I thought this is a good opportunity for us adults to do some of our own learning. So, I'm sending you to leadership school — giving you my personal ABC's of how to be the most effective leader possible.
You may be interested in starting coaching but aren't quite sure how to find the best one for you. Here are some tips on what you should do and look for when preparing to start working with an executive coach.
Many professionals think they're not ready to start with an executive coach – maybe they feel they aren't at the right level in their organization, or like it is too premature to begin even considering hiring an executive coach. So when is the best time in your career to start receiving coaching?
Ever wonder what you should do when you can't be your whole, authentic self at work or in other environments, such as with certain friends or family members?
If you are a leader but are unsure of how to honour the diversity of your teams and encourage a more inclusive environment, here are three tips, plus an example of how it can work.
Be proud of being different. It makes you a better leader! Sometimes being in a minority, or having a unique point of view, makes you consider others opinions better. You are typically more empathetic, flexible, adaptive. Why?
If you’ve always felt a little different, or maybe not “normal” (whatever that means), you may think you can’t fully be yourself at work, like you have to pretend to be someone else or “tone down” your personality in order to be accepted into the company fold.