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In this section you will find articles regarding the nature of leadership in contemporary organizations, the unique challenges faced by these leaders and the ways in which professional coaching can of assistance to these leaders as they face these unique challenges. You will find articles about leadership training, leadership development, and the link between development, training and coaching of leaders. If you have articles about leadership and coaching 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!



Avalon and Glastonbury: The Merlin Factor

Avalon and Glastonbury: The Merlin Factor

Charles Smith July 11, 2012 0

Merlin's power comes from the ability to see both sides fully -- to hold opposites in the mind with equal attention. This takes commitment and practice, and is as much about physical realities

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To Flicker or Swing: The Fire and Pendulum of Leadership

To Flicker or Swing: The Fire and Pendulum of Leadership

Agnes Mura July 9, 2012 0

Perhaps the dynamics exhibited by organizations) don’t match very well with the mechanistic world of the pendulum. Rather, the world is more likely to resemble a fire.

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What Would Homo Systemicus Do? The Wisdom Of Viewing Our World Through An Organic Systems Lens

What Would Homo Systemicus Do? The Wisdom Of Viewing Our World Through An Organic Systems Lens

Barry Oshry July 9, 2012 0

In this article the author explores the wisdom that comes from accepting our nature as systems creatures, and from viewing our human interactions through the lens of an organic systems perspective

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The “IT Factor”: A Leader’s Real Job Security!

The “IT Factor”: A Leader’s Real Job Security!

Val Williams June 26, 2012 0

The idea that the doer is interchangeable is actually not true… unless you buy into it. The doer (the person, the executive) has unique experiences, unique ways of contributing, and a unique viewpoint that

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Issue One: Exploring the High Performance Human Workplace

Issue One: Exploring the High Performance Human Workplace

Charles Smith June 8, 2012 0

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Lean Six Sigma Must Be A Waste Of Energy

Lean Six Sigma Must Be A Waste Of Energy

Joseph Paris Jr. May 8, 2012 0

It seems that everywhere I look – every article I read, every subject matter expert with whom I speak and every talk to which I listen – the message appears to be the same

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Irony and the Coaching of Contemporary Leaders: Engaging the Wisdom of Carl Jung and Richard Rorty

Irony and the Coaching of Contemporary Leaders: Engaging the Wisdom of Carl Jung and Richard Rorty

William Bergquist April 26, 2012 0

Along with Richard Rorty, I propose that the condition of irony within Carl Jung’s concepts of the human psyche is one in which we must recognize and appreciate multiple perspectives, multiple truths and multiple

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Leadership Dilemma: The American Leadership Paradox

Leadership Dilemma: The American Leadership Paradox

Keith Miller April 20, 2012 1

Leadership has the largest impact on the bottom line of organizations and professional coaching has a unique opportunity to enhance leadership competence. Leadership dilemma identifies specific challenges faced by leaders today

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Resonant Leadership: Review of Book

Resonant Leadership: Review of Book

Steve Gladis March 20, 2012 0

This might well be one of the most important leadership books I’ve read. Boyatzis and McKee—well respected researchers, professors and authors—use the physics concept of “resonance” (being in tune) to explain a simple biologic

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Eight Success Factors for Mentoring

Eight Success Factors for Mentoring

Mindy Zasloff February 3, 2012 0

In this eBook you will find 8 Success Factors that must be addressed in order for any Mentoring program to be successful.

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