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POSITIVE ­IMPACT: XBInsight Inc. President Kathi Graham-Leviss developed a database of thousands of jobs that predicts how successful someone will be at work from both a fit and performance ­perspective.
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DAVID HANSEN

She has the insights to predict job success in terms of...

Anyone who’s watched “Succession,” the addictive saga about the mega-wealthy Roys, knows how it ends (spoiler alert): the family business doesn’t always remain in...

Polaris MEP to host manufacturer coaching session for certification

PROVIDENCE – Polaris MEP will host “Coaching: Move People Forward,” an interactive, virtual course designed for leaders to teach them how to coach in...
PASSIONATE PURSUIT: Jamie Chatel launched Arrow Tarot LLC, a new, home-based tarot reading, intuitive coaching and events business in Warwick, in February.  / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Helping people find clarity and purpose through tarot readings, coaching

For Jamie Chatel, tarot is more than a fun party game. It’s a way to tap into one’s own intuition, to make decisions with “the...
HOME OFFICE: Danielle Karsch serves as a virtual assistant for her real estate agent clients, helping to build their digital brand with creative content, drafting newsletters and coaching new hires. / PBN PHOTO/ELIZABETH GRAHAM

Karsch’s goal is to provide virtual assist for real estate agents

Danielle Karsch did it all as an administrative assistant for her former real estate agents, from marketing to transactions, which led to unrewarding burnout...
PRIVATE PRACTICE: Clinical psychologist Phillip Dang, owner of Aspire Psychological and Executive Coaching Services in East Greenwich, is currently on active duty in the U.S. Navy but is considering leaving when his current term is up to focus solely on private practice.
 / PBN PHOTO/MICHAEL SALERNO

Coaching, therapy on Aspire menu

Phillip Dang, a clinical psychologist on active duty with the U.S. Navy out of Groton, Conn., would like to transition full time to his...

How coaching can benefit leaders

Coaching has become a familiar strategy for supporting and accelerating the adaptive development of leaders and those aspiring to become leaders. Moreover, a growing...

Facing fears, becoming a stronger leader

Most leaders and aspiring leaders have gotten as far as they have by showing grit and determination when facing new and daunting challenges. It’s...

Mary T. O’Sullivan Completes Appreciative Inquiry Course

Mary T. O'Sullivan, MSOL, ACTP, ACC recently completed an ICF accredited course in Appreciative Inquiry. AI is based on the deceptively simple premise that...
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