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International Coaching Week

Written on May 12, 2017 at 2:59 pm, by

  We at Blue Mesa Coaching love coaching. And as we celebrate International Coaching Week, we reflect on what it is about coaching that makes us love it so much. Our tagline is “Elevate your potential”. To be human is to yearn, grow and reach for greater insights and awareness. Coaching has a distinctive approachContinue Reading

My Grandmother – A Wise Woman of Leadership – Part 2

Written on November 3, 2016 at 9:28 am, by

Yesterday, I wrote part 1 of this 2 part blog about my grandmother. She was my hero. As a child, she was my best friend, and to this day she remains my mentor, teacher, role model, and the wisest person I’ve ever known. Although she died in 1980, her influence on me remains strong, andContinue Reading

My Grandmother – A Wise Woman of Leadership – Part 1

Written on November 1, 2016 at 9:59 pm, by

My grandmother was my hero. As a child, she was my best friend, and to this day she remains my mentor, teacher, role model, and the wisest person I’ve ever known. Although she died in 1980, her influence on me remains strong, and I feel her presence every day. I was cleaning my desk thisContinue Reading

Transparency – Foundational to Trust

Written on November 1, 2016 at 9:02 am, by

It is an honor to have been nominated to the slate of Directors for the ICF Global Board. I very much want to serve our profession in this role. As ICF matures, we have to assess what makes us great, and what will keep ICF as the premier global professional coach organization. An old mentorContinue Reading

Lessons in leadership – a bicycle crash

Written on October 29, 2016 at 2:01 pm, by

A couple of years ago I was on an epic autumn bicycle ride with a good friend. We were taking in the colorful leaves, crisp air, and conversing about how lucky we were to be out riding instead of being inside. Being so full of joy, and taking in all of the beauty around me,Continue Reading

Go Coach Joe

Written on October 29, 2016 at 1:44 pm, by

Do you cringe when you hear a leader tell another to go and coach someone to…? We coaches know what coaching really is and isn’t. The ICF definition of coaching is what we understand so well. And it is not only inspirational, but heartfelt. In case you haven’t read it for a while, here itContinue Reading

ICF Global Board of Directors Election

Written on October 28, 2016 at 10:49 am, by

The ICF Global Board of Directors election begins today. Here is a short video regarding Micki’scandidacy.

Our Core Competencies – A Recipe for Humanity’s Future

Written on October 28, 2016 at 10:46 am, by

I am running for the ICF Global Board of Directors. I am so proud of what our past leaders have done to make ICF the premier coaching organization in the world. As a member of your Board, I want to play a role in continuing that greatness, and forge new pathways for continued growth andContinue Reading

What’s service got to do with it?

Written on October 26, 2016 at 10:07 am, by

  It is my distinct privilege to be nominated to the ICF Global Board of Directors. With the election beginning October 27, I want to serve ICF in this role. In these next few days, I’d like to share what’s at my deepest core of why our coaching profession is crucial. The coaching profession hasContinue Reading

A Third Way through Coaching

Written on September 9, 2016 at 9:49 am, by

Many times coaching clients offer either/or solutions to a problem. For example, a client who thinks he either has to be the nice guy or the guy who holds the line. This case illuminates that scenario. Georgia has recently been promoted to nurse manager after working in the same department for five years. She andContinue Reading