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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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Sheikh Ahmad Knows What’s Good for You

Sheikh Ahmad Knows What’s Good for You

Daniel Weishut August 29, 2011 2

The Sheikh takes a leadership role in the community. He functions as police officer, mediator and judge in conflicts between families. He is the one people come to consult with, not only Bedouins.

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Results: Why Leaders Need to be Great Coaches

Results: Why Leaders Need to be Great Coaches

Kathleen Stinnett August 26, 2011 0

Organizations of every size are interested in increasing bench strength, improving succession planning and elevating performance of employees at all levels

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Assessment Instruments to be Used in Conjunction with Professional Coaching: A Resource List

Assessment Instruments to be Used in Conjunction with Professional Coaching: A Resource List

William Bergquist August 25, 2011 1

The instruments in this document have been presented to illustrate the broad range of resources that are available for instrument-based coaching and to point to several places where an organizational coach might turn when

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Accountability

Accountability

Inga Estes August 24, 2011 0

Accountability is the greatest freedom we can create for ourselves. When we turn the tables and “own” the thing that owns us, we eliminate “victim mentality.”

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Motivation or Inspiration

Motivation or Inspiration

Bill Burtch August 19, 2011 0

In a recent conversation a colleague discussed doing motivational speaking. Then she said, “or maybe it’s inspirational.” That got me thinking about a common dilemma that managers and leaders face, “is it my role

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How Do You Hire A Coach of Excellence?

How Do You Hire A Coach of Excellence?

Suzi Pomerantz August 17, 2011 0

The cheapest coach is not the best coach. Shopping for coaches on price, comparing rates per coach, is not how to choose excellence

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Distinguishing Networking, Marketing, and Sales

Distinguishing Networking, Marketing, and Sales

Suzi Pomerantz August 17, 2011 0

The following article was contributed by: http://sealthedealsuccesskit.com/ This article includes a chart that shows you how to distinguish between networking, marketing and sales, the key terms of business development. ©2005. Suzi Pomerantz, Innovative Leadership

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Establishing Core Values & Core Purposes of the Corporate Social Responsibility: Coaching in Financial Sector

Establishing Core Values & Core Purposes of the Corporate Social Responsibility: Coaching in Financial Sector

Andrew Boddice August 16, 2011 0

Sector: Finance Assignment: Establishment of Core Values & Core Purpose of the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Department and the application to future profitability. Period: 2005 Background An International Banking organisation, based in Scotland, looking

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