Thursday December 1, 2022

OnWARD with Peter J. Ward “A good coach can change a game. A great coach can change a life.” -John Wooden UCLA Let’s face it. The pandemic changed everything. We all suffered through worldwide illness, painful personal losses, confinement, professional and financial setbacks, and all the changes to our routines that came with it. Life, for all of us, was going to be different moving forward. But that’s not all. According to several experts in relationships and conflict resolution, more changes are coming. People’s behavioral patterns and lifestyles are changing around the world at an alarming rate. For a growing number of people the world over, staying home and being isolated from the general population over the past two years has sparked an opportunity for re-evaluating both their personal and professional lives - many for the first time in decades. “When you’re running a marathon and you slow down, you can see if the path is the right one for you. It’s the same in life - when we slow down, we can see if the path we’re on lines up with who we want to be and our values,” says Dana Lynn Bernstein, Admissions Coordinator for the Leadership Coaching for Organizational Performance Program at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, New Jersey. The program is certified as an Accredited Coach Training Program (ACTP) of the International Coaching Federation, or ICF, and is considered the gold standard in the industry. While many families enjoyed the respite from the daily grind, spending more time together strained some relationships during a period of international upheavals and uncertainties. Experts say top issues disputed over the COVID included rules and restrictions to disagreements over travel, to whether school children should wear masks or be vaccinated. Some discord between families and...... Read more on Full Issue!

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