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Choosing the Right Executive Coah

Finding the right executive coach can be a daunting task. There are probably dozens, if not hundreds of them in your city, and choosing the right one for you for can be intimidating. How do you choose?   WHY COACHING? WHY NOW? Before you start your search, you...

Interview with Professor Michelle Duguid, Part 2

Recently, we sat down with Professor Michele Duguid to discuss how, if at all, social campaigns like MentorHer and the #metoo movement are changing organizations’ hiring processes and helping to redefine their internal cultures. We got so much great information from...

15 Coaching Conversations

by Mary Burns, Tenshey Executive Coach While career coaching has been around for over 25 years, many still wonder what a career coach does, how she/he works with a client and what the whole point of coaching is all about. Consider a coach your career partner.  A coach...

Learn To Love Your Job Again

It’s almost February, and everyone is focused on love. Here at Tenshey, we’re not going to tell you how to find your soulmate, you’ll have to do that on your own. However, we do want to help you reclaim a different kind of love – the love of your career. Maybe you’ve...

Interview with Professor Michelle Duguid, Part 1

Recently, we sat down with Professor Michele Duguid to discuss how, if at all, social campaigns like MentorHer and the #metoo movement are changing organizations’ hiring processes and helping to redefine their internal cultures. We got so much great information from...

Refresh Your Resume

Most of us do a great job keeping our resume up-to-date while we’re looking for a job, but once we have it and we settle in, we tend to let it sit, un-updated, un-refreshed, until suddenly we realize we need it. Then we spend a few days frantically to update it with...

Taking Stock of Your Career

For many of us, the new year is when we take stock of our lives and set fresh goals for the coming year. We assess our overall health, the state of our dreams, hobbies we want to take up, habits we want to break. But what about your career? This is also an excellent...

Getting Ready for Your Performance Review

Performance reviews can be nerve-wracking experiences, but if you take steps to prepare yourself and walk into your boss’s office strong, they don’t have to be.    Throughout the Year  Preparing for a performance review shouldn’t start the morning of the review. In...

Inclusive Cultures start with Empathetic Leadership

by Alexis Rask, Tenshey Coach   Many successful business leaders and entrepreneurs are investing deeply in becoming more authentic, empathetic and inclusive leaders to deliver business results through motivated and energized teams. In the era of #MeToo and...

How Your Confidence Level Impacts Your Career

Think about the last time you felt really confident. Everything was working for you. Your hair was perfect, your clothes were on point, you were completely prepared for what the day had to bring, and you just KNEW that you were going to kill it. When was...

Managing Millenials

According to Pew Research, as of 2016, millennials now make up the largest percentage of the workforce. So what does this mean for you as a manager? While millennials have (mostly undeservedly) gotten a bad reputation for a lot, one thing that cannot be...