One rule of improvisational acting (especially in comedy) is to never respond to your co-actor by saying “no.” Using the word “no” is a quick way to halt momentum, stop the actors in their tracks, and break the energy of the act. In improv, it’s best to go with the flow, to maneuver through the energy, and re-direct it as you need.
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Last week, we shared a few inspiring stories of tremendous response-ability. And, as I’m sure you realized, inspiration often comes from the most amazing and unexpected of places. It can be found anywhere and everywhere. You’ll even find inspiration in yourself if you’ll just look for it!
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By Luke Iorio, CEO of iPEC, who supported Bruce D Schneider in the initial and ongoing research of Energy Leadership which ultimately led to the publication of the book and creation of the assessment and development system now in use by approximately 700 coaches in a variety of niches.
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It’s one of the toughest times ever -- both for those out of work and perhaps, even more, for those who have held on to their jobs. The plain fact is that employees need to cover more work with less available resources in order for their companies to survive, let alone thrive. Employers, on the other hand, require employees who understand just how much is at stake and who are just as invested as the top executives are in making things work.
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Our “guest” blogger this week is Liz Fisch, Vice President of iPEC. Liz is currently busy working on the development of iPEC’s niche-specific Leadership and Life Potentials training. These exciting programs teach coaching skills and philosophies customized to the needs and situations of people in a wide range of professions, ranging from human resource professionals to financial advisors, accountants, attorneys, direct sellers/network marketers, therapists, chiropractors, and more. Change and Choice are two words that certainly represent iPEC.
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Many mental health professionals view coaching as a skill set that can either supplement their existing practice, or as an entirely separate income stream. As Social Work Today stated "…social workers are naturals to take proactive clients to 'most valuable player' status."