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Film Room #2: The Slide Under Pressure

” When you slide back into old patterns, your overdone strengths become your weaknesses. As I discovered during the first half of the 2012 season, it’s easy to slide back. ”  Victor Santa Cruz, head coach Azusa Pacific University When Azusa Pacific University (APU) took the leap from NAIA to NCAA Division II, coach Santa […]

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Calming the Ripples and Waves of Conflict

Most business leaders I know are great at focusing on what I’ll call “primary” conflicts, the challenges that arise from interpersonal issues, or have to do with making unpopular, bottom-line-driven decisions. What’s interesting is that many of these same leaders act as if primary conflicts occur in vacuums. They don’t recognize the secondary ripples these […]

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New Face at Iron Coaching

The twists and turns of life produce unforeseen outcomes. The morning of April 30th 2013 started out as a typical Tuesday, each Intraversato family member in his or her get-the-day started process.  Fast-forward to 7:25am, the time that showed on my phone when an ambulance, loaded with Pat, my husband and Iron Coaching founder, rushed […]

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Developing Emotional Intelligence

Emotional Intelligence (EQ) is at the core of our competencies in relating to others. What are they and why are they necessary both personally and professionally? First, the four main competencies are: Self-awareness – the ability to read one’s emotions and recognize their impact while using gut feelings to guide decisions. How may times have […]

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