Communication

Webinar – Partner Performance: Exploring Performance-Based Partner Compensation

Even though some may want to focus on “fixing” partner compensation first, the last element of developing partner performance and accountability is rewarding performance. A properly designed and well-thought-out partner compensation system can drive desired behaviors and inspire your partner group to achieve high performance. Likewise, a poorly designed system will drive unwanted behaviors and […]
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Strategies for “Giving In” To Change

Change is hard.  But it’s all over us!  In our nation’s demographics, succession, mergers, technology and turnover, we’re experiencing change at a faster pace than ever before. As firm leaders, we must keep up to sustain our firms and ensure that they are attractive to NextGen clients and team members.  All too often, we see firms putting off needed changes for a variety of […]
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National Crisis and Team and Client Support

As I sat down to write my blog today, I am keenly aware of how the recent national crisis in El Paso, Texas will dominate conversations in offices all over the country, or even all over the world. Texas Governor Abbot stated, “We must unite.” The El Paso Mayor Dee Margo announced, “We will not […]
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Webinar: Are Your Leaders Causing Talent to Leave?

According to Gallup’s CEO and Chairman, Jim Clifton, “The single biggest decision you make in your job—bigger than all of the rest—is who you name manager.” Gallup cites a person’s manager as one of the top reasons given for a lack of employee engagement. Old norms and methods of managing team members don’t work anymore— […]
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Leadership Lessons from a Trekkie

Nearly every Thursday night in 1990, you could find my brother and I sitting on the floor in my parent’s bedroom with a bowl of popcorn anxiously anticipating the airing of a new episode of Star Trek: The Next Generation. It was our reward – our deeply loved tradition – and an opening for educational […]
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Monkey Mind: Taming the Chatter

Have you ever searched everywhere for your glasses and found them on top of your head? Or driven somewhere and not be able to remember the exact route you took to get there, or worse, ended up somewhere different than where you planned? Do you find yourself changing topics frequently in a conversation and then […]
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The Key To ATAWW™ Success – Communication!

Communication is a central theme in our work with leaders at all levels. Whether it’s communicating to help team members adopt change, sharing your firm’s vision and how each element contributes to achieving that vision, following up on feedback from an employee engagement survey, or delivering feedback, communication is key to building a high-performing firm. […]
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Don’t Leave Your Remote Culture to Chance

When I first divulge to a new acquaintance or friend that I am a 100% virtual employee at ConvergenceCoaching the first response I seem to receive is, “Whoa! I am jealous. I wish I got to work at home.” Quickly followed by a second more intriguing question, “So do you actually know your co-workers?” I […]
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The Present of Presence

As we enter the holiday season, we spend several hours looking for special presents for our family and friends.  Consider that one of the most special presents that we can give is our physical, emotional, and spiritual PRESENCE.  How do we do this?  How is this different than what we have been doing in our […]
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Maintaining Rapport and Trust In a Virtual World

“The foundation of the client relationship is in jeopardy.” “How can I build rapport with someone if I’m never face-to-face with them?” “I need to shake someone’s hand to feel related to them.” When we talk about moving toward a more remote service and staffing model and embracing Anytime, Anywhere Work™, we often hear objections […]
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Staying Positive

At this time of the year, the various busy season deadlines, spring upon us, and new activities thrown into our schedule require increased time and effort, driving our stress level up. Here are six ideas to help maintain positivity – and even reduce the feeling of stress – that you can practice during these peak […]
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The Value of Team

 “What we reach for may be different, but what makes us reach is the same” This quote from Mark Nepo, a poet and philosopher, describes my thoughts while watching Lindsey Vonn reach the bottom of the hill in the Women’s Downhill race at the Winter Olympics.  Even though she had missed winning the gold medal […]
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Web Seminar: Leaders Enter into Difficult Conversations Powerfully

Our roles as leaders and managers are filled with opportunities to manage, or avoid, conflict. However, well-managed conflict can promote change and create opportunities in your firm. Attend this course to gain confidence in managing conflict in your life and learn how to: Identify your current conflict management style Understand the underlying causes of conflict […]
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Web Seminar: Driving Change Through Strategic Firm-Wide Communication

Today’s organizations must navigate ever-accelerating change in standards, technology, mobility, talent, succession, consolidation, globalization, values and norms, and more. To successfully manage dramatic change, leaders must strategically design, execute, and communicate their strategies with the same focus and intention that they spend conceiving of the planned change. In this session, learn strategies to more effectively […]
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Making Straight Lines Out of Triangles

At ConvergenceCoaching, we strive to help our learners incorporate the concepts from our training into their daily life and patterns of work. One way we help participants accomplish this is to ask them to make one commitment – to choose one action or behavioral change to commit to out of our discussions. In looking back over […]
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