Pithy Musings Episode 11: Cancel Culture – what are we doing to each other?

Canceling people out of professional and social circles is on the rise and accelerating with social media. As we embark on a New Year, let’s ask some important questions. When does canceling someone out make sense? Or, does it ever make sense? How do we know when is it toxic, divisive and it’s gone too […]

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Pithy Musings Episode 8: Is the imposter experience a real thing?

Imposters here, there and everywhere! Why do so many of us experience moments of self-doubt through to profound lack of confidence resulting in a constant need for perfection, achievement and external validation? Imposter Syndrome isn’t an illness, yet it is a pervasive experience that transcends gender identity, and people across the globe experience it. It […]

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Pithy Musings Episode 3 is out! Passion Doesn’t Equal Purpose

Why are so many people talking about “purpose” in life and at work these days? Pithy Musings’ Episode 3 is out, “Passion Doesn’t Equal Purpose”! Join me, Eva Van Krugel of Fervor Leadership Coaching  and Consulting and Caroline Berglund of Talk Talk with your fave cuppa as we dig into this growing and important topic. Passionate […]

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Creative Decision-Making and You

  • by Eva Van Krugel
  • Sep 09, 2019
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There are countless ways to achieve effective decision-making out there. We’re all familiar with the legacy pros and cons lists. Another one I’ve used is AXIS from the Collaborative Problem Solving Institute, for Collaborative Ideation practices: Advantages, Extras, Inhibitors, Solutions. Whatever structure is used, it is often brain-driven. This can be purposeful. From a logical […]

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Top Things to Consider in a Sea of Coaches

  • by Eva Van Krugel
  • Jul 09, 2019
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I was recently walking to meet a couple of colleagues for dinner one sunny, ocean-fresh evening in Victoria, BC. In front of me walking the sidewalk were two people talking about career options. One says, “with your background why not go back to school to become an executive coach?”. The other responds, “why the hell […]

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