Marilyn Atkinson's Blog Postings
Leadership coaching is now the management model of choice in nearly half of all the Fortune 1000 Corporations in North America. That number is growing each year as advanced models of systemic managerial coaching take hold.
What is a World Game Coach? This Fifth World Game is a conference for thinking things through. What does it mean to think things through? What does it mean to commit to the realities you discover and then act accordingly? What does it mean to design your life to fit that?
All powerful coaches know that no matter how wonderful and transformational a coaching session is, it cannot reach its true potential until it's brought down to earth in terms of effective action steps that implement the discoveries and new awarenesses created in the session.
Imagine that standing or sitting in front of you is your great, great grandchild as a young one. As you see this picture, consider that like all babies, he or she is eager to live their life fully on this beautiful planet. Imagine that your care has done the work that has given this child a world with trees and rivers, beaches and oceans, fish and animals, birds and butterflies!
As people take on the idea of leadership and really begin to step into the shoes of a masterful leader, we begin linking leadership to legacy. What could be the widest and furthest reach that your leadership could extend? If life was a savings account for humanity, how could you give back what you have received, and with interest? How can we invest in the next generation
Hello my dear friends, partners, fellow coaches, and World Game players, Joyous Noël, Season of Giving and Love, and Happy Holidays to you all!
In the personal development world today, there seems to be two major camps – the goal setting or 'intention' camp, and the presence or 'attention' camp.
Children are amazing with their full-spectrum, emotional circuitry! However, sometimes we parents are baffled by how emotional, angry, sad, depressed, or combative our children can become even in one moment! Do you ever tell yourself, “I have no idea what to do here and now with my child’s emotions?” Do you ever finish your day and start to criticize your ability to be a good parent?