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Six practices to support leaders in shaping companies to be successful, responsible, and adapt to changing times.
1. Cope with complexity.
2. Adapt to change.
3. Embrace dynamic duality.
4. Empathize with everyone.
5. Tell stories.
6. Live with nature.
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Dr. Dee Wing has been quick to make her mark since joining WittKieffer last winter. As a principal and co-leader of the Academic Medicine and Health Sciences Practice, she plays the role of thought leader, strategist, trusted colleague and tireless, consummate search professional. Dee's background as a prominent high-risk obstetrician, medical researcher and executive provides her with a unique insight into the craft of executive recruiting within academic medicine, while her experiences and outgoing spirit have helped her to build an impressive network of contacts over the years. A driven advocate for career development, Dee is an alumna of ELAM, the academic women's leadership program based out of Drexel University University, a certified mediator in California, and just this year became a certified executive coach through the Hudson Institute of Coaching in Santa Barbara. In her personal time, she enjoys travel, modern art, gardening (esp. of anything that blooms), floral arrangement and yoga.
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Are You Too Responsible? 08/04/2022

Are You Too Responsible?

Taking on too much responsibility is one of the most common pitfalls we see among leaders, but especially new managers. To avoid this trap — which negatively impacts managers, their teams, and organizations as a whole — managers need to develop a suite of skills that will allow them to calibrate their mindset and workload. Check out Wiser for Hudson’s solution to this most common development challenge.

Are You Too Responsible? Do you often pay attention to the needs of others but neglect your own? Do you frequently remind others what needs to be done and get annoyed by how irresponsible they seem? Or say “yes” to most things you’re asked to do but then feel resentful? If something goes wrong, do you feel the entire ...

Build Learning into Your Employees’ Workflow 07/13/2022

Build Learning into Your Employees’ Workflow

Development efforts that drive lasting change require significant institutional support and thoughtful design. Our corporate L&D programs, like Wiser, are at their most effective when the learning (1) is rooted in and integrated with in the learners’ day-to-day experiences and (2) receives on-going support from both our coaches and the learners’ leaders throughout the program and beyond.

Build Learning into Your Employees’ Workflow Effective Learning and Development (L&D) programs are critical for the success of both employees and their employers. But what does it take to develop initiatives that actually achieve substantial positive outcomes? Research suggests that an approach known as “learning in the flow of work” can h...

How to Make the Case for Building Coaching Into Your Organization 06/03/2022

How to Make the Case for Building Coaching Into Your Organization

When our partners and coaches inside organizations are looking to expand the role of coaching, they often approach us with a question: “How do we get buy-in from the rest of leadership?” Of course there is no single right answer, but the most successful cases we see are grounded in business objectives and draw upon emotional experiences that demonstrate coaching’s impact.
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How to Make the Case for Building Coaching Into Your Organization If you are trying to bring coaching into your organization – or scale it up – getting buy-in from the uninitiated requires data and storytelling.

Timeline photos 06/01/2022

Congratulations to the graduates of our Fall 2021 cohort! You have gone deep over the last 8 months, exploring your own inner landscape in the service of yourself and others. We are excited for you to join a special group of like-minded folks in our Hudson Community of Coaches and look forward to seeing the impact you create with your hard-earned coaching skills.

Timeline photos 05/24/2022

Attendees of May’s Hudson Coaching Conversation got to hear innovative leaders at top companies discussing the ways in which they and their organizations are preparing for the future by taking a step back to integrate the lessons of our time. Missed it? Don’t worry, you can watch the recording here: https://hubs.ly/Q01c3-jh0

04/29/2022

Our wonderful Hudson Community of Coaches came together (virtually) this month to connect and grow at our annual Learning Conference. Many thanks to all the attendees, presenters, and team members involved in making this year’s event a great success! We

Our wonderful Hudson Community of Coaches came together (virtually) this month to connect and grow at our annual Learning Conference. Many thanks to all the attendees, presenters, and team members involved in making this year’s event a great success! We hope you walked away rejuvenated, enriched, and feeling more comfortable trusting the mystery. Enjoy this brief recap of the event:

Timeline photos 04/26/2022

Join us on Wednesday, May 11th, when Pam McLean will host a conversation with Trudi McCanna, Director, Strategic Initiatives, CEO Team at Google, Timmie Wang, Head of L&D Coaching at Boston Consulting Group, and Greg Honey, Executive Vice-President and Chief Human Resources Officer at Farm Credit Canada, to discuss how leaders and organizations are navigating through this period, as the pandemic begins to wane. Register for the live event here: https://hubs.ly/Q018RG3G0

Timeline photos 03/25/2022

Congratulations to the graduates of our Summer 2021 cohort! Your journey over the last 8 months has been truly inspiring. We welcome you to the Hudson Community of Coaches with open arms, and look forward to see the impact that you have as you continue to enable growth in yourself and those around you.

Recap: Large-Scale Organizational Change at a Time of Great Upheaval 03/23/2022

Recap: Large-Scale Organizational Change at a Time of Great Upheaval

The ‘Great Reset’ has us revisiting what we’ve learned, lost, and gained over the last two years. Last fall's Hudson Coaching Convo, “Large-Scale Organizational Change at a Time of Great Upheaval” is about just that. Check out our recap article for highlights from the discussion.

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Recap: Large-Scale Organizational Change at a Time of Great Upheaval In our Hudson Institute of Coaching Conversation, Pam McLean was joined by Elizabeth Brill, M.D, and Jeffrey Belanger to discuss the ways work has changed.

Women Can’t Go Back to the Pre-Pandemic Status Quo 03/11/2022

Women Can’t Go Back to the Pre-Pandemic Status Quo

As we reflect on Pam’s latest blog post, this HBR piece shows another perspective on why the best way out of the Great Resignation is a Great Reset. This is an opportunity to fix what has been broken in our organizations since long before the pandemic began. https://hubs.ly/Q015SF_d0

Women Can’t Go Back to the Pre-Pandemic Status Quo Their well-being at work was suffering before the pandemic, and women of color, in particular, were bearing the brunt of poor workplace experiences.

The Great Reset: A Collective Transition 03/03/2022

The Great Reset: A Collective Transition

Our Chief Knowledge Officer, Pam McLean, discusses the unique transitional space we currently share and proposes a “Great Reset”, during which we can collectively reassess and reimagine before charging into the future. Check it out on the Insights blog!

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The Great Reset: A Collective Transition Cycles of change are highly individual, yet we are entering a shared transition. It's time to reset, as individuals and teams, and assess life after Covid.

Group Supervision 02/17/2022

Group Supervision

ATTN: Graduates of our 8-month coach certification program (HCC)! Group Supervision is an opportunity to reflect on your work as a coach and examine your successes, learnings, and challenges. Group Supervision is open for enrollment and a few spots are remaining in both groups. Click here to learn more and sign up: https://hubs.ly/Q014qFvG0

Group Supervision The following supervision groups will begin in the spring of 2022. Group supervision is open to graduates of Hudson’s 8-month coach certification program (HCC / CIT). If your organization has Internal Coaches (graduates of Hudson’s ICC program), and you are interested in arranging Individual or ...

Lead With Inquiry to Build Teams That Learn, Grow, and Endure Together 02/15/2022

Lead With Inquiry to Build Teams That Learn, Grow, and Endure Together

A culture of development takes hold when organizations make coordinated, systemic shifts, but those large shifts ultimately come to life in day-to-day interactions. Our latest Insights article looks at ways leaders can contribute to culture change by focusing on simple inquiry-based behaviors that will bring more development into their own teams.

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Lead With Inquiry to Build Teams That Learn, Grow, and Endure Together Here are three steps you can take to begin leading with inquiry and creating the conditions for people and teams to learn and grow together.

Do Your Diversity Initiatives Promote Assimilation Over Inclusion? 02/11/2022

Do Your Diversity Initiatives Promote Assimilation Over Inclusion?

This HBR piece highlights the ways professional development can unintentionally become a force for assimilation at the expense of inclusion. Much of this occurs in the day-to-day development between leaders and those they lead. What can organizations do to address this at all levels? It requires a thoughtful approach to skill building.
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Do Your Diversity Initiatives Promote Assimilation Over Inclusion? Strategies to help your company craft professional development programs that celebrate diversity — instead of flattening it.

Content Spotlight: Hudson Faculty's Favorites of 2021 01/20/2022

Content Spotlight: Hudson Faculty's Favorites of 2021

At the end of 2021, we asked our faculty to share some of the most impactful content they experienced last year. We’ve compiled the list for you here. Content Spotlight: Hudson Faculty's Favorites of 2021 https://hubs.ly/Q012wr7L0

Content Spotlight: Hudson Faculty's Favorites of 2021 Content recommendations from Hudson's faculty. Some of their favorites from inside or outside of the world of coaching.

Timeline photos 01/05/2022

Join us on Wednesday, January 19th, when Pam McLean will host a conversation with Li-Ming Pu, People Partner Lead at Google, and Matt DeJordy, Senior Director of L&D at Foundation Medicine, Inc., about the skills managers need to grow their people. Register for the live event here: https://hubs.ly/Q011zHw60

Timeline photos 12/24/2021

The team at Hudson wishes you and your loved ones a wonderful holiday season!

Use Networks to Drive Culture Change 12/14/2021

Use Networks to Drive Culture Change

Culture change is hard! We often talk about the human side of it, but getting that part right requires data and nuanced analysis of the existing social structures that influence culture within an organization. This piece walks through case studies that show how data, network analysis, and human skills work together to support culture change at scale. Highly recommended reading! https://hubs.ly/Q010FdCj0

Use Networks to Drive Culture Change Use network analysis to identify barriers to cultural change and spread new organizational values in targeted ways.

Timeline photos 12/10/2021

Congratulations to the graduates of our Spring 2021 cohort! This impressive group of lifelong learners will undoubtedly have a big impact in the world, helping their clients grow and explore new possibilities. We are excited to see the ripple effect that this special cohort will create!

Organizations Need a Dynamic Approach to Teaching People New Skills 12/01/2021

Organizations Need a Dynamic Approach to Teaching People New Skills

Learning to learn: to thrive in constant change, organizations should be able to leverage their existing resources to dynamically identify and fill skills gaps as they emerge. To achieve this, an organization needs flexible skill development processes and employees need the meta-skills to develop themselves and others.

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Organizations Need a Dynamic Approach to Teaching People New Skills Instead of trying to predict the skills of the future, leaders must embrace a more flexible mindset.

In this season of Thanksgiving… 11/24/2021

In this season of Thanksgiving…

In this edition of Pam's annual Thanksgiving blog, she reflects on simple pleasures and the power of wide angle empathy.

In this season of Thanksgiving… In this edition of Pam's Thanksgiving blog, she reflects on simple pleasures and the power of wide angle empathy.

Putting Your Corporate Purpose to Work 11/17/2021

Putting Your Corporate Purpose to Work

“Ultimately, a company purpose can only take root and flourish in an environment that inspires, enables, and supports all employees to give their very best — what I call unleashing ‘human magic.’” https://hubs.ly/H0_pYT70

Putting Your Corporate Purpose to Work Five strategies from the former CEO of Best Buy.

From the great attrition to the great adaptation 11/09/2021

From the great attrition to the great adaptation

What can we, as leaders, do to nurture community, trust, and a sense of purpose within our organizations? This episode of McKinsey’s podcast offers a longer view of the factors at play in today’s rapidly changing workforce and looks at the ways we need to adjust our mental models of work to meet the moment.

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From the great attrition to the great adaptation To keep top talent in the fold, managers must actively change their leadership styles--focusing less on controls and more on culture and connections.

Why Are Workers Really Quitting? You Can Boil It Down to 1 Simple Reason — Inc. 11/03/2021

Why Are Workers Really Quitting? You Can Boil It Down to 1 Simple Reason — Inc.

Spoiler alert! It's all about the soft-skills! Developing and retaining great talent requires managers that can communicate effectively and provide space for their individual contributors to grow. At Hudson, those human skills are at the core of our approach to coaching. https://hubs.ly/H0-BCJP0

Why Are Workers Really Quitting? You Can Boil It Down to 1 Simple Reason — Inc. Most companies are looking in the wrong place as they search for options to hire and retain workers.

Prerequisites for a Culture of Development 10/28/2021

Prerequisites for a Culture of Development

In today’s climate, many of the organizations we partner with are realizing that some of their strategic goals can only be achieved through the development of so-called soft skills (we prefer the term "human skills") across the workforce. In order to succeed at this scale of culture transformation, an organization needs a couple of key things in place.
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Prerequisites for a Culture of Development Here are two characteristics your organization will need before your efforts to build a culture of development can take hold.

To Retain Employees, Give Them a Sense of Purpose and Community 10/19/2021

To Retain Employees, Give Them a Sense of Purpose and Community

Organizations that pursue the ideas outlined in this article will see benefits beyond just retention. These practices are key to long term resiliency and innovation. Reshaping a connected culture that embraces the whole person requires developing leaders with the same human skills we develop through coaching. https://hubs.ly/H0ZHPfY0

To Retain Employees, Give Them a Sense of Purpose and Community Three strategies to help people feel like their work matters.

LifeForward | Hudson Institute of Coaching 10/14/2021

LifeForward | Hudson Institute of Coaching

If you are looking to shift into 2022 with intention, we invite you to register for our last LifeForward session of the year! Our signature program brings a group of professionals together to press ‘pause’ on their busy lives and gain a broad view of their paths. Over 4 days participants explore how life has unfolded and create a plan to consciously reshape it moving forward.

For those looking to enroll in our coaching program, November is your last chance to complete the LifeForward and Coaching Seminar prerequisites in 2021!

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LifeForward | Hudson Institute of Coaching Whether you are ready to start the journey to becoming a Hudson Certified Coach or are simply looking to press pause on your busy life and examine what really matters, we invite you to join us in our last LifeForward session of the year.

Timeline photos 10/04/2021

Join us tomorrow at 11am PT, when our Founder & CKO, Pam McLean, Ph.D. will host Jeffrey Belanger, Chief Human Resources Officer at SEMrush, Dr. Elizabeth Brill, Deputy Chief Medical Officer, Veterans Health Administration, to discuss how they are grappling with large shifts in organizational dynamics that are being sparked by the global pandemic. https://hubs.ly/H0YMj-Y0

A New Chapter at Hudson: A Letter From Michael 09/28/2021

A New Chapter at Hudson: A Letter From Michael

It's a big day at Hudson as we open a new chapter with Michael Hudson as CEO, and Pam McLean Ph.D. stepping into the role of Founder & CKO. Read about the long and thoughtful journey that led to this transition in Michael's blog post: https://hubs.ly/H0Ylspx0

A New Chapter at Hudson: A Letter From Michael Beginning, September 28th, 2021, Michael Hudson steps into the role of CEO of Hudson Institute of Coaching.

Timeline photos 09/24/2021

Congratulations to the graduates of our Winter 2021 cohort! This is a group of lifelong learners who are poised to make a big impact in a world in need of skilled coaches. We are excited to see your skills in action!

To build trust with employees, be consistent 09/22/2021

To build trust with employees, be consistent

Living up to an organization’s cultural ideals requires on-going development to assure that leaders internalize and authentically reflect those ideals in policy and day-to-day behavior. It takes daily commitment on the part of the organization and leaders to create the consistency that earns the confidence of employees. https://hubs.ly/H0XWByL0

To build trust with employees, be consistent Leaders who want to build trust with employees and avoid a retention and recruitment crisis need to walk the talk on culture.

‘Great Attrition’ or ‘Great Attraction’? The choice is yours 09/15/2021

‘Great Attrition’ or ‘Great Attraction’? The choice is yours

Perhaps a useful reframing of the “great resignation” is the “great realignment”. If we look at this as a period of employees and employers reorganizing themselves based on their fundamental values and priorities, the opportunity becomes clear. A culture that authentically centers development is well positioned to attract the candidates that will help the organization thrive as it comes out of this great realignment. https://hubs.ly/H0XjFg20

‘Great Attrition’ or ‘Great Attraction’? The choice is yours A record number of employees are quitting or thinking about doing so. Organizations that take the time to learn why--and act thoughtfully--will have an edge in attracting and retaining talent.

A New Chapter at Hudson: Pam McLean Reflects on Her Time as CEO 09/10/2021

A New Chapter at Hudson: Pam McLean Reflects on Her Time as CEO

We are embarking on a new chapter here at Hudson! Beginning September 28th, 2021, Pam McLean will be shifting out of her role as CEO of Hudson Institute of Coaching, and into the role of Founder & Chief Knowledge Officer. Click here for Pam's reflections and lessons learned during her two decades at the helm:
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A New Chapter at Hudson: Pam McLean Reflects on Her Time as CEO Beginning September 28th, 2021, Pam McLean will be shifting out of her role as CEO of Hudson Institute of Coaching, after 20 years at the helm.

The key role of dynamic talent allocation in shaping the future of work 09/01/2021

The key role of dynamic talent allocation in shaping the future of work

Flexible, crossfunctional talent models are becoming more common and necessary as the rate of change in the world increases. Organizations with cultures of development — which prioritize continual learning and consistent, productive change — are best equipped to design and deploy these teams effectively.

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The key role of dynamic talent allocation in shaping the future of work “Flow to work” operating models match scarce skills to high-priority work, improve people development, and increase business responsiveness. While the approach isn’t new, the pandemic has demonstrated its value.

Strategy as a Way of Life 08/25/2021

Strategy as a Way of Life

In this highly recommended read, Nonaka and Takeuchi offer six practices to support leaders in shaping companies to be successful, responsible, and adapt to changing times. Daily focus on these six things, they argue, supports a strategic mindset that is dynamic, holistic, and aligns the business goals with the greater good.

1. Cope with complexity.
2. Adapt to change.
3. Embrace dynamic duality.
4. Empathize with everyone.
5. Tell stories.
6. Live with nature.

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Strategy as a Way of Life Conventional ways of making strategy are inadequate amid uncertainty and complexity. Today, it requires moral purpose.

Worried About the Great Resignation? Be a Good Company to Come From 08/04/2021

Worried About the Great Resignation? Be a Good Company to Come From

During a year when resignations are at their highest numbers on record, organizations who support the development of their people through innovation and constant learning can turn the Great Resignation into an opportunity for healthy turnover. https://hubs.ly/H0THDmC0

Worried About the Great Resignation? Be a Good Company to Come From Some employees are just ready to move on. Rather than wave perks and bonuses at them, companies should focus on becoming great places to learn—and eventually leave, say Shalene Gupta and Sandra J. Sucher.

COVID-19: An Awakening Experience 07/16/2021

COVID-19: An Awakening Experience

Today on the Insights blog, our CEO, Pam McLean, reflects on some lessons from the last year and a half and looks forward to creating a new kind of ordinary.

COVID-19: An Awakening Experience https://hubs.ly/H0StRZ90

COVID-19: An Awakening Experience Covid has become our teacher. Those of us who were not doing the heroic front line work that benefited all of us, were instead, trying to find a new rhythm – how much caution to exert, how much careful planning to soften the worries; and how to shift into a new way of life that didn’t include pl...

Leadership Team Coaching: Developing Collective Transformational Leadership 07/09/2021

Leadership Team Coaching: Developing Collective Transformational Leadership

The latest edition of Peter Hawkins' seminal Leadership Team Coaching has been updated to reflect the realities of 2021. As the distributed structure becomes a more common and permanent feature of teams and leaders face previously unimagined changes and challenges, these skills take on more urgency. As Pam says on the cover, this book is must-read for all coaches!

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Leadership Team Coaching: Developing Collective Transformational Leadership Leadership Team Coaching: Developing Collective Transformational Leadership

What a Year of WFH Has Done to Our Relationships at Work 07/07/2021

What a Year of WFH Has Done to Our Relationships at Work

Prior to the pandemic, how much people development in your organization was due to incidental interactions between employees whose jobs were not closely connected? This article offers advice to help prevent the erosion of this immeasurable yet vital development pathway in a remote or hybrid work environment.

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What a Year of WFH Has Done to Our Relationships at Work New research from Microsoft finds that people’s internal networks have shrunk dramatically — and offers insights about how to rebuild them.

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