Who Do You Lean On? Four Questions To Ask Yourself by Leah Wuitschik

There is a commonly accepted phrase in leadership and business.  It is lonely at the top There is a certainty in the business world that leaders have to go it alone. A l...

Read More

What is hidden beneath the surface on your team? by Leah Wuitschik

Ignorance is bliss. Ever heard that statement? I certainly have. However, when it comes to teams I beg to differ. In our workplaces people are generally expected to fulfill specifi...

Read More

If you came with an instruction manual what would it say? by Kevin Tomkins

Walking along the pier in Victoria British Columbia I overheard a man asking this question to his granddaughter. One could only guess why this question was being asked.  Was t...

Read More

What Does Death Have To Do With Executive Coaching? by Carol Gray

Loss of a loved one often causes us to not only reflect on our memories and past, but also to contemplate our future in a new and different way. It can trigger us to want to create...

Read More

How Do You Define Success? by Leah Wuitschik

What is success? Is it money, the corner office, raising a family, running a marathon, or giving back to your community? While there is no right or wrong answer to this question ma...

Read More

Asking for Help: Why it is Important for Leadership by Leah Wuitschik

For many of us, myself included, asking for help can sometimes be challenging. Understandably, our workplaces place high value on competency, knowing what to do, when to do it, and...

Read More

6 Ideas for Empowering Employees by Leah Wuitschik

“As we look ahead into the next century, leaders will be those who empower others” ~ Bill Gates  Leading a team of individuals can be a challenge, particularly ...

Read More

Look To The Past In Order To See The Future by Leah Wuitschik

The work we do with our clients through coaching and consulting is often focused on creating positive change for the future. In today’s workplaces change is recognized as con...

Read More