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Coaching to a New Orleans State of Mind: A Multi-Tasking City and Mind-Set

Coaching to a New Orleans State of Mind: A Multi-Tasking City and Mind-Set

William Bergquist June 7, 2013 0

There is a kind of “multi-tasking” that takes place in this remarkable city located on the Mississippi River. It is a state of mind that should be cherished in the lives and minds of

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Strategies for Change

Strategies for Change

William Bergquist March 5, 2013 0

Four very different assumptions about what leads people or organizations to change are presented: Rational Planning, Social Interaction, Human Problem-Solving and Political approaches to planned change

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Tippy Organizations and Leadership: Engaging an Organizational World of Vulnerability

Tippy Organizations and Leadership: Engaging an Organizational World of Vulnerability

William Bergquist December 5, 2012 0

In the world of 21st Century organizations we experience profound vulnerability—in large part because the environment both inside and outside the organization is filled with complexity, unpredictability and turbulence (a confluence of order and

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Evolutionary Change and Organizational Innovation: Implications for Coaches and Their Leader Clients

Evolutionary Change and Organizational Innovation: Implications for Coaches and Their Leader Clients

William Bergquist September 15, 2012 0

What does a theoretical model of evolution have to do with the very real world of organizational innovation and the challenges of fostering change within a complex system (such as exists in 21st Century

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Coaching High Potential and High Performance Clients

Coaching High Potential and High Performance Clients

Dorothy Siminovitch September 10, 2012 0

How do we as coaches work most effectively with men and women who have been identified as high potential performers, and how do we work most effectively with men and women who have already

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Setting the Stage for Theory S: III. From Aging to Saging

Setting the Stage for Theory S: III. From Aging to Saging

Gary Quehl August 31, 2012 0

There is need to explore four subjects: a new paradigm of what aging means today, an understanding of the historic role of the elder, the meaning of “sagacity,” and the relevance of leadership research

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Setting the Stage for Theory S: II. The Social and Cultural Characteristics of Generational Age Groups

Setting the Stage for Theory S: II. The Social and Cultural Characteristics of Generational Age Groups

Gary Quehl August 31, 2012 0

Any study of Theory S – and specially any study regarding the nature of Senior Sage leadership (ages 56+) and Emerging Sage leadership (ages 25-55)—must take into account social and cultural aspects of the

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Setting the Stage for Theory S: I. Demography

Setting the Stage for Theory S: I. Demography

Gary Quehl August 31, 2012 0

The demographic projections are clear (at least in the United States) with regard to the emergence of and need for Theory S leadership

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Coaching and Multi-Source Feedback

Coaching and Multi-Source Feedback

William Bergquist June 8, 2012 0

Though it is plagued with many problems, multi-source 360° Feedback processes for appraising the performance of employees are currently receiving extensive attention in corporate life

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