Category Archives: Transition and Change

Resiliency: Weathering Life’s Storms

“It is not the strongest of the species that survive, nor the most intelligent, but the one most responsive to change.” Darwin Resistance to change is the source of most people’s angst.  When you can’t change what is, when something you … Continue reading

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Grief at Work: What’s the Difference Between Coaching and Counseling?

There are so many resources out there for HR professionals and employees to tap it can be overwhelming. How do you choose the most appropriate approach?  Particularly confusing may be the distinction between coaching, a relatively new and as yet … Continue reading

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How to Get Through Your Divorce: The First Step

As with anything in life that requires change from us, especially a change  that we did not initiate, the first step is the hardest.  The first step is this: Accept what is.  I know I know; I hear a major … Continue reading

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