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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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Leadership in the Four Generation Workplace

Leadership in the Four Generation Workplace

Judy Feld January 24, 2012 0

For the first time we now have four generations in the workplace—presenting interesting challenges and opportunities to leaders, managers, and their teams. It is important to understand the nature of these challenges as we

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King’s Counsel

King’s Counsel

Charles Smith December 9, 2011 0

Fundamental and sustained improvement in a business is always a function of fundamental change in the leader’s point of view about what is possible

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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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The Business Case for Coaching

The Business Case for Coaching

Wendy Capland August 15, 2011 0

Organizations spend large sums of money to hire coaches for top executives in an effort to improve these abilities. Are coaching programs effective in improving bottom line performance for organizations

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Sherpa Executive Coaching Survey: 2009

Sherpa Executive Coaching Survey: 2009

Sherpa Coaching August 10, 2011 0

Every crisis calls for great leadership. Today, a generation of leaders is being severely tested. One bad decision, even one bad attitude in top management can cost people their jobs. That’s why executive coaching

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