Strata Leadership Blog

Leadership and Coaching Stories for Real Journeys

Great leaders know that long-term success is not just a matter of knowledge and skills. It takes character and competence to overcome the traditional problems businesses face and create a positive, engaging, and productive workplace culture.

 

The Strata Leadership blog will guide you through your leadership journey with insightful tips, tricks, and thought-provoking questions, helping you become the leader you are meant to be.

What is coaching?

What is coaching?

Today I want to take a moment to tell you about coaching. It's an important topic. One of my friends went to a conference recently, and he came back and said to me, "I think half the people I met at this conference were coaches." So we then got into this discussion...

Do I need a coach?

Do I need a coach?

Friends and others who have gotten to know me often ask, "Do I need a coach? Is that something I need to have?" I think my answer might be surprising to them. The answer is, no, you don't need a coach. You can be successful without a coach, much like someone who says,...

Types of Coaching

Types of Coaching

The idea of coaching is continuing to change. What coaching had been considered five, ten, even fifteen years ago has changed, in my opinion, dramatically.I want to go over the many different types of coaching. Life, career, transition, communication coaching, etc.,...

Presence of Humility

Presence of Humility

by At Strata Leadership we offer various training topics to organizations developing effective leaders and sustaining a healthy organizational culture. Within this offering, there are training titles such as “Communication & Listening...

Leading with Character: Mental Flexibility

Leading with Character: Mental Flexibility

While physical flexibility is important, it is equally important to have mental flexibility. This can be especially true at work. New ideas, new opportunities, and a new direction can all grow when flexibility is part of the culture of your organization. Dr. Nathan...

Knowing When to Say No

Knowing When to Say No

by In some ways, it is ironic that some of the best people I know struggle with dependability. The reason I consider it ironic is that they struggle with being dependable is because they are often overwhelmed by the amount of work given to...

Feeling Stressed?

Feeling Stressed?

by According to the American Psychological Association (apa.org), there are three primary types of stress. They include: 1) Acute, 2) Episodic Acute and 3) Chronic Stress. In the minds of many, the concept of being able to “withstand stress...