This article offers guidance on how to help a person on your team who is struggling with the interpersonal aspects of leadership.
Author Archive | Heather Corcoran
Meet four great leaders of 2015, several of whom are not widely known. We hope they will give you ideas for new directions to take your leadership in 2016.
NSP Partner Heather Corcoran interviews one of Google’s executive coaches on selecting the coach that will allow for the best outcome.
Lisa Lahey, co-author of the groundbreaking book, Immunity to Change, will join Next Step Partners in an event for Bay Area business and non-profit leaders.
Immunity to Change is the most effective process we know to address someone’s internal barriers to self-improvement. It makes a difference quickly.
Next Step Partners announces Leadership Exchange to connect Bay Area leaders with peers to share perspectives and strategies on current business challenges.
Brandon Hall awards high honors to Leading in a Global Enterprise, a program that Next Step Partners created with their client, Genentech.
Leaders who don’t have time to think are in trouble, as are their organizations. To make time, deciding not to do other things is one option. Otherwise, the time to think, and mental freedom, can come only from true empowerment. (more…)
Executive Coaching develops the ability of leaders to make a greater impact in their organizations. We determine a coaching program’s focus by what the leader and the people they work with believe will make the biggest, most positive difference. (more…)
It’s fine to be unwaveringly committed to goals like opportunity, high-quality education, good health, and security. It’s harmful to be unwaveringly committed to particular ways to reach those goals. For many, the U.S. Congress is without peer when it comes to organizational dysfunction. (more…)