Clients say the most brilliant things. As an executive coaching client and I reviewed the impacts of the progress he’s made, he leaned into his webcam and said, “Tracy, I feel like I’m getting a personal PhD in leadership.”
Many times your greatest strengths aren’t your most important ones. To excel at a given time and in a given situation, you need to know your differentiating strengths.
At a recent coaching conference, I met coaches, innovators and change makers from many global organizations. Lots of energy and practical wisdom. Some of the change leadership insights they shared include: