4 Essential Questions to Ask When Hiring a Coach by Leah Wuitschik

Coaching is currently an unregulated industry, although there is a big push to change this. What this means is that currently anyone can hang out a shingle and call themselves a &l...

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Bringing Awareness to your Decision-Making Process by Leah Wuitschik

As leaders, we are under pressure to make decisions within the workplace quickly, often without allowing ourselves the time required to source out the necessary facts nor to take t...

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The LEADS 360 Feedback Assessment: Understanding Your Leadership Strengths by Leah Wuitschik

Healthcare organizations across Canada are increasingly adopting the LEADS in a Caring Environment framework. This framework represents the key skills, behaviours, abilities a...

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6 Strategies to Increase Your Influence as a Leader by Carol Gray

Laura, a senior health care leader, was thinking about her morning meeting with a feeling of uncertainty. She had met with key stakeholders twice about obtaining a contract for the...

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Back to School for Co-Founder Carol Gray by Carol Gray

I am honoured to be teaching the graduate course “Nursing Leadership and Management in Practice” for Master of Science in Nursing (MSN) students at UBC, Okana...

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It Has to be Personal: Why Leaders Need to Approach Employee Engagement Differently by Leah Wuitschik

According to a recent study from The Conference Board of Canada (2016) only 27 per cent of employees are highly engaged. The report, Employee Engagement: Leveraging the Scienc...

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Coaching Skills for Healthcare Professionals: Impact and Influence by Leah Wuitschik

We at TallTrees Leadership® are excited to announce that we are hosting a new program, Coaching Skills for Healthcare Professionals: Impact and Influence. Delivered virtua...

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This might just be the leadership solution you've been looking for by Leah Wuitschik

As we are midway though 2018, now is a great time to reflect on the first half of this year. What has gone well for you and your organization? What changes would you like...

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