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The Merlin Factor: Leadership and Strategic Intent

The Merlin Factor: Leadership and Strategic Intent

Charles Smith November 28, 2011 0

Executives who successfully instill a new strategic intent in their organizations’ cultures share a leadership quality the author calls The Merlin Factor’.

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Advancing Emergency Medical Leadership Through Coaching: Results of an Action Research Study

Advancing Emergency Medical Leadership Through Coaching: Results of an Action Research Study

Trevor Maslyk November 7, 2011 0

This article describes an action research study which examined the effectiveness of professional coaching relationships as a means to create greater leadership capacity among emergency medical services (EMS) leaders in Canada

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The Diffusion of Innovation: A Coaching Framework

The Diffusion of Innovation: A Coaching Framework

William Bergquist November 2, 2011 2

A model of innovation diffusion, offered by Everett Rogers, has guided the thinking and perspectives of many people. This model is applied to the ways in which a professional coach might assist her client

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A Sample Chapter of Coachbook:  Three Strategies for Effective Organizational Coaching

A Sample Chapter of Coachbook: Three Strategies for Effective Organizational Coaching

Agnes Mura September 10, 2011 0

Organizational Coaching comes in many forms and is called many names. We propose that three strategies and more than a dozen specific models of organizational coaching

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Organizational Coaching and Professional Development: A Valuable Partnership

Organizational Coaching and Professional Development: A Valuable Partnership

William Bergquist September 8, 2011 0

Training and education have become prominent features in the professional development curricula of many contemporary organizations. In this essay, I briefly identify several of the reasons for this growing interest. I then suggest ways

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Coaching in Organizations: A Status Report (Past, Present and Future)

Coaching in Organizations: A Status Report (Past, Present and Future)

William Bergquist September 7, 2011 0

The field of professional coaching has matured during the past decade. Now seems to be an appropriate time to offer a status report concerning the past, present and future of this emerging human service

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How Do You Develop Leaders? Practice, Practice, Practice

How Do You Develop Leaders? Practice, Practice, Practice

Wendy Capland August 31, 2011 0

Executive coaching is a popular development tool, and companies are increasingly investing in these individualized programs

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The Art of Building Coalition

The Art of Building Coalition

Suzi Pomerantz August 31, 2011 0

There are numerous situations we face at work, whether as an entrepreneur, an employer, a manager, a leader, an employee or a member of a project team where we need to build coalition with

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Bringing Emotional Intelligence into the Workplace

Bringing Emotional Intelligence into the Workplace

Mike Jay August 31, 2011 0

In order to leverage executive coaching and double loop learning, we’ll have to focus on more than just behavior

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Supporting the Alignment of Women Executives With Their Stated Values

Supporting the Alignment of Women Executives With Their Stated Values

Sheila Maher August 30, 2011 1

Women executives are aligning their work and home lives with their values in substantial numbers. Interviews with women executives found that they fell into four categories based on their level of alignment

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