Entries by response_admin

Clarity about Coaching

Even though coaching has been around for many years (the first reference to coaching in the academic press was back in 1937), there still seems to be a lot of confusion involving “what is a coach” and “what does a coach do.” I thought I’d take some time to clarify that and to offer you […]

About Paul

Paul enjoyed a successful 20-year career in corporate America and currently serves as Master Facilitator for the NeuroLeadership Institute-North America (formerly Director, Training & Delivery-NA) and owns and operates Response-Able Consulting LLC. During the course of his corporate career, he managed a 100+ rep service department for one of the nation’s top 10 newspapers and revamped a […]

What’s Your Focus?!

I recently offered a workshop based on the Law of Attraction. I was motivated (you might even say, compelled) to offer the workshop by a personal sense to do something positive in the midst of so much negative news. Several responses to my offering were along the lines of, “I didn’t know you were going […]

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"The time has come to reaffirm our enduring spirit; to choose our better history; to carry forward that precious gift, that noble idea, passed on from generation to generation: the God-given promise that all are equal, all are free, and all deserve a chance to pursue their full measure of happiness." ~Barack Obama, 44th President […]

2008 Winter Newsletter

Having trouble viewing this email? Click here If you haven’t done so already, click to confirm your interest in receiving emails from Paul McGinniss and Response-Able Consulting.   Response-Able Consulting Inc. NEWS-you-can-use-LETTER Winter 2008   What’s News… :: Coach’s Corner :: A Prosperity Workshop for 2009 :: Divorce Coaching for Men :: In the Professional […]

Identifying Your Niche

Along the lines of helpful articles and tips, this comes from Jim Paterson and the September 2008 issue of “Counseling Today.” While I’m a coach and not a counselor, I found this shadowbox article (on page 54) valuable to any business owner. In his article, Jim identifies “six key points to consider before choosing a specialty”:

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"The most successful executives carefully select understudies. They don't strive to do everything themselves. They train and trust others. This leaves them foot-free, mind-free, with time to think. They have time to receive important callers, to pay worthwhile visits. They have time for their families. No matter how able, any employer or executive who insists […]

Making Teams Work

While cleaning my office for year-end planning, I came across a batch of articles I had saved over the years while managing various departments (sales, service, training, admin). One such article (from a Priority Management* newsletter) is called “Eight Ways to Make Teams Work.” Here are their eight tips (in bold) with my thoughts (in […]