Menu Close

Shipley Launches new Four Lenses® Application Courses

  • Posted onDec 4, 2019

The Shipley Company is excited to announce the addition of 2 new Learning Intervention courses to its collection of Four Lenses® applications – Right Thinking and Leadership Engagement.   “I have always known that the work we started with the Four Lenses® material was simply a beginning,” stated Shipley’s CEO David Graff. “These new courses,


SCTP awarded ICF Accreditation

  • Posted onDec 4, 2019

The Shipley Company is excited to announce that the Shipley Coach Training Program (SCTP) is now approved as an International Coach Federation Accredited Coach Training Program.   The Shipley Coach Training Program (SCTP) is a step-by-step, experiential learning process that provides the skills required to become a competent and confident coach. Shipley’s “Whole Systems Model” keeps the


Coaching Conversations Podcast – Gratitude

  • Posted onDec 2, 2019

In this week’s episode of Shipley Coaching’s “Coaching Conversations” our host Margo Myers discusses the importance of gratitude and how to cultivate it.      


Coaching Effective Communication Based on Personality Types

  • Posted onNov 4, 2019

In this week’s episode of Shipley Coaching’s “Coaching Conversations” our host Margo Myers and her guest Dawn Jones discuss how coaches can develop effective communication skills based on different personality types.      


Generations and Personalities with Dawn Jones & Cara Lane

  • Posted onAug 26, 2019

 Great video to reinforce the best ways to communicate with the different personalities and generations.


Three Strategies to Share Your Successes Without “Bragging”

  • Posted onJun 21, 2019

  By Margo Myers, Shipley Performance Coach Few people want to come off as a ‘braggart.’ It can alienate people around you, make you appear insecure, and prompt a lack of trust if the claims seem outrageous. There are, however, times when we need to present ourselves as confident, accomplished and competent – whether we’re


Customized Coaching

  • Posted onJul 2, 2018

What does a Starbucks venti one-pump caramel, one-pump white mocha, two scoops vanilla bean powder, extra ice Frappuccino with two shots (apagotto style), caramel drizzle under and on top of the whipped cream, double cupped … and a coaching session have in common? Although the coffee order might sound a little obnoxious to some, they


Personal Brands

  • Posted onJun 8, 2018

  Yes… you need a personal brand, and here’s how to define it By Margo Myers, Margo Myers Communications and Shipley Coaching Executive Coach   In a recent article on leadership, former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer said, “It’s not who you know. It’s who knows you.” There’s a lot of truth in that, and even


Overcome Adversity with a Principle Based Life

  • Posted onJun 2, 2018

Church can teach each of us to be virtuous. However, simply attending services or performing the work aligned with the church will not significantly improve society as a whole. Instead, only when each member of society fully lives life based on moral based principals will the human experience flourish. People too often compartmentalize their lives. It’s convenient having


How to Focus on Important Tasks

  • Posted onMay 29, 2018

  Habit one: Be Proactive is about understanding that you and you alone are responsible for your life. Others may throw obstacles in your way and life certainly has challenges. How you respond to those challenges is uniquely you. Habit two is about beginning with the end in mind. It’s about consciously deciding what you want to make