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Increasing Leadership and Organizational Effectiveness

Increasing Leadership and Organizational Effectiveness

Suzanne Weinstein January 30, 2012 0

Assessing the situation, the change agent implemented practices that focused on improving the department executive’s personal effectiveness by addressing perceptions about her abilities

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A Pivotal Executive Coaching Experience

A Pivotal Executive Coaching Experience

Suzanne Weinstein January 24, 2012 0

The executive was frustrated, important initiatives were being stalemated, the department’s individual leaders were anon--‐cohesive group and communication had broken down

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Looking for the Right Coach in All the Wrong Places

Looking for the Right Coach in All the Wrong Places

Charles Smith January 23, 2012 0

The problem is that since we are each so rooted in the areas we are familiar with, seeing the one that is really missing, where the key really is, is unthinkable without a proper

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Career Coaching Case Study: Client Creates Work with Purpose and Passion

Career Coaching Case Study: Client Creates Work with Purpose and Passion

Maynard Brusman January 11, 2012 0

We are all trying to understand and cope with the enormous changes in our work and personal lives. Mostly we react in a positive and productive manner. However, many people are describing their lives

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Winning Leadership in Difficult Times: Developing Emotionally Intelligent Leaders

Winning Leadership in Difficult Times: Developing Emotionally Intelligent Leaders

Maynard Brusman January 10, 2012 0

The ability to select, motivate, develop, engage and retain top people is critical to a company’s success. If you want to build a company where people love to work you have to know how

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Everything Wonderful is a Surprise

Everything Wonderful is a Surprise

Charles Smith December 22, 2011 0

If most of my planning had made no difference, what did make a difference? Was most of the world’s strategy and planning really bunk, no more than a way of suppressing anxiety about the

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Board Dialogue as a Source of Competitive Advantage

Board Dialogue as a Source of Competitive Advantage

Charles Smith December 15, 2011 0

Boards that work well have a constructive critical dialogue among Board members and senior management. This open dialogue is a prime determinant and indicator of Board effectiveness.

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A Better Way to Do Business

A Better Way to Do Business

Charles Smith December 14, 2011 0

There is a better way to do business that makes more money and gives a better life for everyone involved. Business is the creative and economic engine of the world.

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Energy as a Way of Life: A Personal Journey

Energy as a Way of Life: A Personal Journey

Charles Smith December 12, 2011 0

This is my personal journey, how I came from seeing organizations as static objects, to seeing them as interacting energy fields

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Workplace, Executive and Life Coaching: An Annotated Bibliography from the Behavioral Science and Business Literature from 1935 to Jan 2011

Workplace, Executive and Life Coaching: An Annotated Bibliography from the Behavioral Science and Business Literature from 1935 to Jan 2011

Anthony Grant November 7, 2011 0

This extensive annotated bibliography draws on scholarly papers from the behavioural science literature as presented in PsycINFO, Business Source Premier and Dissertation Abstracts International,

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