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Differences in Personal and Executive Coaching

Differences in Personal and Executive Coaching

Sandi Stewart May 2, 2017 0

Personal coaching and executive coaching share many fundamentals. However, they can and do differ in their agenda setting, content, and objectives. Executive coaches also face unique challenges posed by the incorporation of the client

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The Executive and the Unexamined Life

The Executive and the Unexamined Life

Rashmi Ripley April 22, 2017 0

Experienced coaches who understand the value of inner work are all about unlocking your potential through inquiry, discussion, planning, and accountability

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Coaching in the Real World: One Size Does NOT Fit All

Coaching in the Real World: One Size Does NOT Fit All

Mary Jo Ammon April 21, 2017 0

We are going to explore the contracting constructs, rules of engagement and process, and outcomes of each type of coaching engagement

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Development of Coaches: VII. Are There Any Differences between Personal and Organizational Coaches?

Development of Coaches: VII. Are There Any Differences between Personal and Organizational Coaches?

William Bergquist April 17, 2017 0

This seventh report concerns potential differences in responses to the Development of Coaches survey based on the type of work being done by professional coaches

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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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A Sample Chapter of Coachbook:  Three Strategies for Effective Organizational Coaching

A Sample Chapter of Coachbook: Three Strategies for Effective Organizational Coaching

Agnes Mura September 10, 2011 0

Organizational Coaching comes in many forms and is called many names. We propose that three strategies and more than a dozen specific models of organizational coaching

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Managing the Caffeine: A Coaching Tool

Managing the Caffeine: A Coaching Tool

William Bergquist August 27, 2011 0

At 350 mg per day of caffeine, one’s coaching client is likely to experience a diminished capacity to focus on a specific issue for a sustained period of time—the kind of concentration that is

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Assessing the Effectiveness of Organizational Coaching Programs

Assessing the Effectiveness of Organizational Coaching Programs

William Bergquist August 15, 2011 0

In this essay I identify and review a series of appreciative concepts and tools that can open opportunities and reduce threat by making the evaluative process clearer and more supportive when reviewing an organizational

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The Wise Leader in a Modern Organizational Context

The Wise Leader in a Modern Organizational Context

William Bergquist August 11, 2011 0

In the modern world, the role of leader merges with that of manager. The successful leader, in other words, is a successful manager—and management can be taught and managers can be created. Managers operating

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