Darrell works closely with CEOs and other senior members of the leadership team, to help them navigate through major organizational change. I continue to seek Darrell’sadvice and I highly value his wise counsel. I can’t recommend him highly enough.
Balancing between the needs of the employee and the company can be a difficult task. Darrell has mastered that, keeping employees engaged and maximizing profitability for the organization. I highly recommend Darrell for any organization that wants to move to the next level both as a company and in their human capital.
A high performing coach, like a high performing process, must have certain indispensables for success. Darrell has those indispensables and helped our leaders see what success looks like in business and in life. So don’t waste your time on the other options out there. Instead contact Darrell Hammond and you won’t be disappointed.
In my years of working with Darrell I have come to recognize him as a trusted professional with the expertise and trust to assist our top leaders move our organization forward even during adversity.
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Why are people not responding to you favorably? If this is happening more frequently, you may be going through a ‘sour
season’ causing you to act in a ‘backup style’. A backup style reflects our typical responses when we run out of energy, patience or feel like it’s not worth it – preventing us from being our best. Let’s explore one perspective. […]
As a human resources development specialist and behavioral scientist of sorts, I have an unquenchable curiosity and interest in human behavior, performance and methods and isights that improve influence, persuasion and effectiveness.
Is providing development and coaching targeted at improving influence and persuasion just a way of manipulating others to do what WE want?
It depends on the purpose and the core reason(s) driving the need for influence. That statement makes me cringe because human nature typically tries to find reasons why EVERYTHING we say and do is TOTALLY justifiable.
Honestly, what about us today? How do we know if our motives are pure? fair? respectful? ethical? Everyone who seeks to influence and persuade must at some level wrestle with these questions and related issues. In my work with leaders, teams and organizations for over 30 years I have found […]