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FEBI learning lounge banner 4 Tips for Leadership Coaching

Often times when I work with high level leaders I’m shocked by the lack of real leadership development they have experienced.  Usually highly intelligent and…

Zen garden in black and white Is Zen Leadership Really Possible?

To answer this question, we first need to have an understanding of what zen brings to the leadership equation. In the simplest terms, zen is…

FEBI learning lounge banner Business Coaching Tool: What Differentiates FEBI

Blog Rewind:  We went back to our archives to bring you our most popular posts from the old blog.  Here is a response from Ginny…

FEBI learning lounge banner What is Whole Leadership?

If you are reading this post you have likely heard the term ‘whole leadership’ and are wondering what in the world we are talking about. …

FEBI learning lounge banner Why Driver Matters and, for that Matter, Why FEBI Matters

The patterns are always teaching me something.  I just had a FEBI debrief session yesterday with a terrific physical therapist.  Her specialty is working with…

FEBI learning lounge banner Energy Patterns Helping To Form New Habits

We are now five weeks into the New Year and for many this means resolutions are beginning to fade in lieu of old habits.  What…

FEBI learning lounge banner Using Physical Activities in Leadership Development Coaching

Blog Rewind: We went back to our archives to bring you our most popular post form the old blog.  here is a Q & A…

FEBI learning lounge banner Interview with FEBI Coach Rhonda Morton

Recently FEBI Certified Coach Rhonda Morton was interviewed by the Center for Building a Culture of Empathy.  In addition to sharing her expertise on the…

Zen garden in black and white How THE ZEN LEADER Helped Me Deal With Alzheimer’s

I have a dad who suffers from Alzheimer’s. Well, maybe this statement isn’t exactly right. He struggles and those around him suffer, is probably closer…