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Knowledge Nexus

The Knowledge Nexus is a Self-Service Hub For Highly Curated Information on Executive Coaching as it Relates to Topics Such As:

  • Emotional Intelligence

  • Mental Agility

  • Productivity

  • Thinking Errors

  • Common Biases

  • Leadership

  • Executive Performance

  • Etc. 

We are pleased to present our comprehensive and continually growing Knowledge Nexus, dedicated to providing valuable resources on a range of topics, including emotional intelligence, mental agility, psychology, multidisciplinary thinking, productivity, and performance.


Our curated collection features a diverse range of content formats, including definitions, videos, documents, and whitepapers, all designed to equip you with the knowledge and tools necessary to excel in all areas of your life.


We invite you to explore our hub and discover the wealth of insights and resources available to you.

Disclaimer: This information is provided as informational services only and is in no way intended to be used as therapy or counseling services.  Reliance upon any information, material or advice received from this site, however obtained or provided, shall be at your sole risk. The Nexus Initiative assumes no responsibility for any error or omissions, or for the results obtained from the use of such material, and is not liable for any damages of any kind resulting from the use of, or reliance upon it. If embarking on any actions that may potentially carry liabilities of any type, you are encouraged to seek local local relevant qualified advice.

360 Degree Assessment

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A 360-degree assessment (or 360-degree feedback) is a powerful performance evaluation tool that gathers feedback from a full circle of perspectives within an organization.

Abundance Mindset

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Abundance mindset is a belief system that emphasizes the availability and accessibility of resources, opportunities, and success. People with an abundance mindset believe that there is enough for everyone, and they are not in competition with others for limited resources.


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Refers to a non-judgmental and present-moment awareness of our thoughts, feelings, and experiences, without trying to suppress or change them. I

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)

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ACT focuses on helping people accept their difficult thoughts and feelings while taking action towards their values.


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Accountability means accepting responsibility for your actions, decisions, and their consequences. It's about acknowledging potential impact, both positive and negative.

Accountability Partner

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An accountability partner is someone who supports you to keep a commitment or maintain progress toward a desired goal. It's a reciprocal relationship built on trust, encouragement, and sometimes a bit of friendly pressure.


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Acquiescence refers to the act of yielding or consenting to something, often without protest or argument.

Active Deception

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Active deception refers to deliberately creating a false impression to mislead another person or group. It goes beyond simply withholding information; this involves direct fabrication to achieve a specific goal.

Active Listening

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Active listening is when you not only hear what someone is saying, but also attune to their thoughts and feelings. It turns a conversation into an active, non-competitive, two-way interaction.

Ad Hominem Argument

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An ad hominem argument, meaning "to the person" in Latin, is a type of logical fallacy where the speaker attacks the character, motives, or qualifications of the opponent instead of addressing the substance of their argument. It's like trying to win a fight by throwing mud instead of throwing punches.

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