The old saying goes: “Behind every great man is a great woman.” Well, what about every great woman? Is there a man supporting her success — practically and emotionally? Could men’s support of women be key for greater and faster progress for increasing gender equality?
Dr. Allen, Forbes Coaches Council Member, gives input on how to overcome the top challenges with 360-Assessments 13. Pair The 360 With An Opportunity For Coaching A face-to-face feedback session is essential, but two or three coaching sessions at the very minimum are recommended. This
Marla Tabaka of Inc. asked Dr. Chris Allen about key personality traits for outrageously successful sales people. Here is a link to the article: Outstanding Sales People Possess These Unique Character Traits! Do You? “Possess a sense of humor! Successful sales people are not only emotionally
I was recently honored to speak to a group of more than 80 women in Syracuse for the February program of the Women’s Business Opportunities Connection, a local women’s business organization. The topic of courageous communication clearly resonated with this group of amazing women entrepreneurs,
On June 5th, 2015, Chris was honored to give the keynote presentation at the 15th Annual Conference of the NY State Association of Resident Service Coordinators (NYSARC) on why harmony beats balance when considering work-life issues. Resident service coordinators work tirelessly to help the residents
VERSUS: Work-life balance is a myth. Even worse, it’s a myth that puts unnecessary pressure on people and encourages people to compare themselves to others, which is destructive. Balance implies perfection. Even the well-known “balance wheel of life” that divides your life into a
As women, we are often unaware of nuances of our communication that undermine our power. We often use qualifiers such as “just” or “actually,” we raise our voices at the end of a statement implying that we are unsure and we ask questions such as
Dr. Allen was vey excited to be the first speaker of the day at the 8th Annual Connections Conference sponsored by SUNY Oswego and the Women’s Network for Entrepreneurial Training. She was part of an exciting lineup of speakers who spoke on the theme,
Dr. Allen taught a two-day course on February 18th and 20th, 2014 to leaders in several organizations and companies in Watertown, NY through the Extended Learning program for professionals at the Jefferson Community College. The focus was on identifying core personality strengths, core values, purpose and
Dr. Allen had a great time facilitating a PeopleMap Training workshop with Montessori teachers. Understanding their personality types was very helpful to them in working with fellow teachers, with the administrative staff, with the children in the classroom and with the children’s parents.