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Sarah’s Testimonial

May 11th, 2022 by Janet Chen

Sarah’s Testimonial  In 2020, I experienced a very difficult time.  I started drinking alcohol to cope with things, drinking to have fun, and drinking because I was sad.  I reached a point where I needed an outside perspective to help me learn and grow.  I had […]

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What is “Self-Doubt” and how you can overcome it?

April 6th, 2022 by Janet Chen

Self-doubt is the belief that you are: a. not as good as you want to be, b. you are not able to do something as well as you would like to or c. other people will criticize you if or when you fail. The strength of […]

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3 Best Psychologists in Salt Lake City, UT

March 9th, 2022 by Janet Chen

The experts at Three Best Rated recently recognized Steven J. Chen, Ph.D. as one of the top 3 Psychologists in Salt Lake City, Utah. They report that all of the psychologists they review actually face a rigorous 50-Point Inspection, which includes customer reviews, history, complaints, ratings, satisfaction, […]

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Raging to Responsive

February 21st, 2022 by Janet Chen

Jim, a 10-year company employee rose up the ranks to become a regional financial manager.  But in the past few years, his anger and impatience had become increasingly problematic.  His out-bursts were disruptive within the company, his relationships with co-workers combative, and his attitude began to […]

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The Habits You Learn or Unlearn From Executive Coaching

February 18th, 2014 by Steven Chen

Executive coaches have 2 major objectives: breaking bad habits and teaching good ones. In business, it takes intelligence, a good product or service and sufficient funds to get a fair chance to be a success. Download Full PDF Article

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Be A Success: 3 Team Coaching Strategies You Can’t Live Without

February 18th, 2014 by Steven Chen

The role of a team leader cannot be minimized in the corporate environment. In fact many business owners and CEOs are recognizing the need for managers to learn how to lead their teams and offer executive coaching as the most profitable way to train them. Download Full PDF Article

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Leading With The Right Business Ethics: 3 Sound Managerial Coaching Tips

February 18th, 2014 by Steven Chen

Doing the right thing. Unfortunately not everyone understands that this is one of the most critical managerial coaching tips you will ever get. This is because it applies to other aspects in your life like relationships, personal growth, and most importantly, being at peace with yourself and your actions. […]

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Improving Your Emotional Intelligence With Executive Coaching

February 18th, 2014 by Steven Chen

Emotional quotient or emotional intelligence (EQ) is one of the more under-rated business skills that need to be given more attention. Fortunately executive coaches are seeing EI as one of the foundations of good leadership. What is EI? Download Full PDF Article

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Conflict Resolution Tips for Supervisors Coping with Workplace Conflicts

February 18th, 2014 by Steven Chen

The workplace is a hotbed of intrigue, problems, and competition and it’s hard to resolve many issues without strong leadership skills. Regardless of the industry, there is not one office in the world that does not have an ongoing conflict and this includes government, schools, nonprofit organizations, the private […]

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Tips From Executive Coaches For Managers on Conflict Resolution

February 18th, 2014 by Steven Chen

According to researchers, 44% of managers spend over an hour and a half of their workday sorting out conflicts among employees. Furthermore, workplace conflict is one of the most common and preventable stressors that plague most businesses. When you combine this with the pressure of meeting customer deadlines and trying […]

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