This fall, Vision Coaching will be offering a series of free webinars designed to help leaders and organizations deal with many of the challenges they are facing today. Hosted by Dave Veale, they will feature conversations with experts in leadership and human resources issues. Kelly Van Buskirk: Handling Difficult Discussions Kelly Van Buskirk, a leading labour and employment lawyer, will share insight on handling difficult discussions. This session will explore why managers,
Throughout his career, Stewart Pollard has been influencing change – among leaders, among teams and throughout organizations. An engineer by trade, he spent over 20 years working with companies to implement process improvement and drive organizational change. He then moved out on his own to become a leadership coach, and is today part of Vision Coaching’s roster of exceptional coaches.
He caught some attention recently on LinkedIn when he shared with his network a photo of a
Leaders who have risen to the top of organizations tend to exude great confidence. And, after working with determination and competing for the top job, they often have a strong ego.
Some develop what is known as hubris syndrome, resulting in overconfidence. This leads to impulsive decision-making that causes turmoil among those who work for them and can damage the organizations they lead.
These individuals aren’t open to feedback from others. They come to rely too much on
As published in the Telegraph and Journal, August 17, 2013 My Style is “Ready, Fire, Aim” Former deputy minister Francis McGuire is president and CEO of Major Drilling in Moncton. Photo: Telegraph-Journal achive A former provincial deputy minister and currently the president and CEO of the second-largest drilling company in the world, Francis McGuire has a unique perspective on public policy and private enterprise – how they intersect and the impact this intersection has on o