Shift worker

Describes the systemic coaching process of Mary Beth O’Neill which puts top leaders on the path to courage, compassion and better decision-making Liz Hall For leaders to put themselves in the hands of systemic coach Mary Beth O’Neill requires immense courage and a smattering of desperation. Not that O’Neill is scary. She comes across as warm, humble and has a child-like tinkle of a laugh. In her spare time, she dabbles in basket weaving and urban art, painting discarded hub caps in the manner of her late folk artist friend, Hugh Lawrence. Her process, though, sounds terrifying. Leaders subject themselves […]

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