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In this section you will find articles discussing the foundational elements of coaching, especially those related to communication. If you have communication articles to submit, please visit the article submission page and follow the guidelines there. If you wish to sponsor this category, please visit the sponsor page. Thank you, and enjoy!



“Face Your Strengths®” Methodology

“Face Your Strengths®” Methodology

Lyraki and Georgoulakis May 20, 2015 1

Practiced consistently, the method will show you where your strengths lie and will also show what you are doing or failing to do that deprives you of the full benefits of your strengths

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Challenging Unhelpful Behavior with the Art of Conversation

Challenging Unhelpful Behavior with the Art of Conversation

Nigel Purse November 14, 2014 0

What is most needed is a way to have a deep, but anxiety-free conversation with someone that encourages dialogue between parties to understand the behaviour and seek change.

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Listening is Culture Change

Listening is Culture Change

Charles Smith September 24, 2014 0

Listening does not cause culture change. Listening is culture change. Culture changes in the very moment you listen, not later.

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13 Steps to Communicating a Strategic Plan to Employees

13 Steps to Communicating a Strategic Plan to Employees

Gary Cohen April 19, 2012 0

A great strategy should have focus and clarity around vision, mission, objectives, strategies and actions. In order to elevate engagement and participation a communication plan needs to provide great simplicity, clarity focus without ambiguity

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Breaking Down Organizational Silos

Breaking Down Organizational Silos

Suzanne Weinstein January 30, 2012 0

The change agent challenged the division leaders to a friendly competition between non-interactive divisions

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Actual Results

Actual Results

Joseph Baker January 19, 2012 0

In a world that is increasingly dependent upon the Internet, promotion has become increasingly important

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Speak the Truth

Speak the Truth

Christine McDougall November 11, 2011 0

The Speak the Truth 7 Step process is an internal inquiry process that occurs prior to a conversation with another person, a group of people, or simply to uncover personal truth

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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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Philosophical Foundations of Coaching: Ontology

Philosophical Foundations of Coaching: Ontology

William Bergquist October 6, 2011 0

In this essay the authors focus on two dimensions of ontology that hold profound implications for the practice of professional coaching

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The New Johari Window: Exploring the Unconscious Processes of Interpersonal Relationships and the Coaching Engagement

The New Johari Window: Exploring the Unconscious Processes of Interpersonal Relationships and the Coaching Engagement

William Bergquist October 4, 2011 0

Fourth quadrant of the Johari Window deals with aspects of self and interpersonal relationships that are known neither to self or other. Implicaitons for coaching

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