Practice over Perfection

In this blog, guest blogger and DEI expert Courtney Simmons encourages readers to lean into the practice of having hard conversations and working to repair when mistakes happen.

The Magic of Group Coaching

In this blog, Kari Bergman tells a beautiful story of a manager who experiences deep transformation as part of a group coaching experience.

5 Conversation Tools to Deepen Trust, Build Relationship, and Boost Engagement

In this blog Kat provides both rhythms and tools to deepen relationships with your people. As a result, you will see increased levels of trust, engagement and overall productivity.

What’s Right With People

What’s Right With People

Employee Engagement – the level of enthusiasm and dedication a worker feels toward their job – is on the agenda of business leaders now more than ever. We know that engaged employees are more productive, healthier, and contribute to healthier workplace cultures. And yet there is much to discover for how to truly impact the engagement of our people.

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Two Truths and a Lie

Two Truths and a Lie

Authenticity, Transformation, Humor, Human.Kind, Connection, Creative-Experimentation, and Wisdom. These are our company values. They are at the forefront of our minds when working with our clients and when we work as a team. They are the foundation that we build our programs on, and what we hope has come through in our conversations with you all.

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AGC’s Guide To Thriving in GR

AGC’s Guide To Thriving in GR

One of our most well kept secrets at AGC is that we LOVE to have FUN! Okay, so maybe that’s not a secret… but it is the truth. Which is why our team jumped at Kat’s brilliant idea of putting together AGC’s Guide To Thriving in GR for one of our clients.

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Representation Matters

Representation Matters

Messages we shout from the rooftops at AG Collaborative are that anyone can be a leader and that everyone has influence. And while we believe what we shout, we hold with it the tension that women are not afforded a seat at the table as often as their male counterparts. According to the Institute for Women’s leadership, while over 55% of the workforce is women, women hold only 24% of senior leadership positions.

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The Inner Game of Leadership

The Inner Game of Leadership

You won’t become the leader you were meant to be without burning some things down. Things most likely to catch fire? Our inner scripts. Here are a few of mine: “Be Likable.” “Go along to get along.” “Don’t ruffle feathers.” These don’t seem like dangerous or self-destructive axioms – so why on earth do they need to burn?

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The Six Invitations of Expansive Impact

The Six Invitations of Expansive Impact

Hello, AG Collaborative Community! I’m Sarah Young, founder of Zing Collaborative and author of Expansive Impact: An Invitation to Lead in Everyday Moments. It is a pleasure to join you here on the AG Collaborative blog. Today, I wanted to offer you a few reflections and invitations to use on your own leadership journey as you work to expand your impact and, as the AG Collaborative Team would say, lead from the inside out.

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Top Communication Fails

Top Communication Fails

Communication is a force. It shapes our world, work, relationships and reality. It also holds a high price tag for organizations when it’s not functioning well. Several studies have measured the financial loss resulting from inadequate communication to and between employees. No matter company size, these numbers are staggering.

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