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Posts Tagged ‘inner critic’

How a Therapist Handles Her Inner Critic

When I was a younger adult, I had a scathing inner critic. It caused me all kinds of problems, which I handled in various maladaptive (read self-destructive) ways. That harsh internal voice mostly riddled me with anxiety which was so uncomfortable I looked for different ways to avoid feeling it–like partying, often with people I…

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Rounding Out the 360 Review: Why Knowing Your Strengths Matters

A common element of leadership coaching is a 360 review. This is an assessment of a client’s leadership skills and abilities by colleagues all around the client (supervisors, peers, and direct reports), hence “360.” I have conducted, interpreted, and reviewed hundreds of 360 reviews with leaders over the past decade, and a recurrent theme is…

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