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  • Thoughts on Authentic Leadership
    Thoughts on Authentic Leadership By John P. Schreitmueller    A primary objective of my coaching practice with senior executives, high profile individuals and business owners is to assist them in self-awareness.  Understanding the Read more
  • Lessons for Senior Executives from the Cuban Missile Crisis
    Lessons for Senior Executives from the Cuban Missile CrisisThoughts on Authentic LeadershipBy John P. Schreitmueller, PCC-BC I was a grade school kid in October 1962.  But I remember with clarity watching Read more
  • Divorce Transition Coaching
    Divorce Transition CoachingCrossing the Bridge to New Beginnings Thoughts on Authentic LeadershipBy John P. Schreitmueller According to the American Psychological Association (APA), more than 40% of new marriages in the United States Read more
  • The Coaching Relationship is a Commitment
    The Coaching Relationship is a Commitment Thoughts on Authentic Leadershipby John P. Schreitmueller   Effective executive coaching is a two-way street.  In an environment of confidentiality and trust, the coaching participant and coach Read more
  • An Authentic Holiday Season. Is it Possible?
    Thoughts on Authentic Leadership… and Lives Lived Authentically By John P. Schreitmueller   The holidays.  They arrive at the same time each year.  And, while the season was historically intended to be a Read more
  • Understanding Anger: A Leadership Challenge
    Thoughts on Authentic Leadership By John P. Schreitmueller, PCC, ECP-BC Successful business owners, senior executives and professionals with significant accountabilities increasingly recognize the need to add some behavioral background to their compendium Read more
  • A Hero Not to be Forgotten
    Book Review by John P. Schreitmueller Three Days in January By Bret Baier New York, Harper Collins, 2017   We live in tumultuous political times.  Only 7 months after the presidential election of 2016, the Read more
  • Heroes… Not To Be Forgotten
    A few days ago, we lost Eugene A. Cernan, Captain, United States Navy.  Who was Gene Cernan?  For many Americans, especially for those who were yet to be born when Read more
  • Of Dreams and The Right Stuff
    February 20, 1962 was a freezing cold day in Cheshire, Connecticut.  A snowstorm had just past.  We were home from school, and glued to our televisions, where the only 3 Read more
  • Holiday Season Thoughts
    It happens every year.  I can set my watch by it.  Clients come into the office, stress written across their faces.  “There’s no way I can get everything I’m supposed Read more
  • As Autumn Approaches
    Autumn means different things for different people.  For me, it is a season of reflection. Most who know me recognize I am a history junkie.  I hold history deeply.  So, Read more
  • Reflections On Authentic Leadership
    Writing during the darkest hours of the Anglo-American Alliance during World War II, as enemy advances across the globe took place on almost a daily basis, two great leaders indicated Read more
  • Just Press “Mute”
    OK, I admit it. I’m a news junkie. A political news junkie, to be exact. In what free time I have, my favorite news channel is on either the TV Read more
  • Reflections: 1965
    While driving recently I plugged in my Iphone to the car’s sound system and cranked up some vintage music. Selecting the “shuffle all” option, Dobie Gray’s “The In Crowd” from Read more
  • Interlude
    Churchill… And Making a Difference Thoughts on Authentic Leadership By John P. SchreitmuellerI received a copy of Boris Johnson’s The Churchill Factor as a Christmas gift and, as an avid Sir Winston Churchill fan, Read more
  • War in the Snow: An Ardennes Experience
    As we celebrate the 2014 holiday season, we also observe the 70th anniversary of the Battle of the Bulge. I hope you enjoy this article about my father’s journey during Read more

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