Consulting: Strategic Planning - Justice Coaching Center

  • Why Managers should use their ‘three brains’ to make decisions

    Leaders making difficult choices should learn whether to listen to their head, heart or gut feeling says Karlien Vanderheyden.

  • Emerging Science: The Game is Changing

    Last week April Armstrong (one of our Justice Coaching Center coaches and consultants) and I attended four-day coach certification training on mBIT (multiple Brain Integration Techniques). Over the past two years, I became drawn to the notion (and subsequent research) that our complex neural networks operate in the heart and the gut as well as the brain.

  • What's Next?

    What's Next?

    Finding hope in chaos seems an appropriate exploration of the world that has me pondering, “what’s next?” I admit that recent national and global events have left me feeling somewhat down.

  • Sometime in the Future

    Sometime in the Future

    Recently I was listening to a radio interview where the interviewee spoke about unfulfilled expectations. Expectations are interesting constructs.

  • Sweet Old Bill

    SOB and Son

    I recently received the gift of pausing and reflecting on authenticity. If you go to and post the word authentic, you will be given a number of adjectives to describe its essence. Some of them are:

    • Validity
    • Factualness
    • Realness
    • Truthfulness
  • Perspective

    Dr. Jan Bouch

    Perspective: A Point of View

    I often use the analogy that gaining perspective means you must turn the beach ball to see other colors.  According to, one definition of perspective is: [t]he state of one's ideas, the facts known to one, etc., in having a meaningful interrelationship.

  • 8-Phase Business Model

    Justice Coaching Center - Eight Phase Business Model

    Ever sit around a table with your intra and interdependent partners and believe that the verbal consensus to a plan of action is equal to the commitment? Most leader’s have had this experience and scratched their heads when there was a failure to execute an agreed upon strategy and plan of action. We posit that consensus does not equal commitment and that many well-intended leaders fail to recognize the difference.

    Our eight-phase model for achieving sustainability puts forth the belief that a leader’s investment at the front end will help ensure a lasting and sustainable outcome.