Exploring Possibility Podcast – MANAGING IDENTITY FOR OPTIMAL PERFORMANCE AND USING FAILURE TO FUEL GROWTH WITH HARRIS FANAROFF

Harris Fanaroff is a former Lehigh University baseball player who now helps businesses, leaders, and athletes have difficult conversations. ⁣Conversations which are necessary for growth and optimal performance. ⁣⁣As a leadership and business development coach, Harris has a gift for helping people uncover the deep issues that hold them back from excellence in business and […]

Self-Regard: Emotional Intelligence & Coronavirus

The first element I want to tackle with regard to improving our emotional intelligence during coronavirus is self-regard. Self-regard as defined by the EQi 2.0 as “the ability and tendency for you – in full light of both your positive and negative qualities – to both like and have confidence in yourself.” With too little […]

Emotional Intelligence & Coronavirus

As I was thinking about what I could do to be helpful for my network during this time of uncertainty and craziness of coronavirus, I thought about emotional intelligence and how we can use this time to work on ourselves. Before I do anything else, I figured I’d define emotional intelligence for those that are not […]

Life After Sports Podcast

https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/harris-fanaroff-most-difficult-conversations-are-also/id1454466835?i=1000465107367 Check out my episode on the amazing Life After Sports podcast! “On today’s show, I welcome Harris Fanaroff. He is a former Lehigh University baseball player who now helps businesses, leaders, and athletes have difficult conversations. As a leadership and business development coach, Harris has a gift for helping people uncover the deep issues […]

6 Ways To Improve Your Confidence

I’ve been working with a lot of people that are in the process of switching jobs or trying to switch jobs whether that be internally or externally, and therefore going through the interview process. While going through the interview process, I hear a lot of “I’m not confident enough,” or “when I didn’t get the […]

5 Tips for New Managers

In many of the coaching conversations I have with emerging leaders in organizations, the question of “how can I be the best manager?” continues to come up. People are hungry to be effective managers and want to know the secret sauce to managing people. They are afraid of micro-managing, but at the same time want […]