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In this section you will find articles discussing a variety of case studies that are relevant to coaching. This section includes case studies on results based coaching, risk management and conflict management. If you have articles that include case studies 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!



Team Coaching: Are We Aiming High Enough?

Team Coaching: Are We Aiming High Enough?

Harsha Perera May 15, 2017 0

We first need to recognize what we are dealing with at a very basic level: human beings who have come together from varied walks of life to form a relationship system.

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Henry V. – William Shakespeare: Saint Crispins Day

Henry V. – William Shakespeare: Saint Crispins Day

Dominic Turnbull February 13, 2017 0

Dominic Turnbull & Charles E. Smith On the morning of 25 October 1415 (Feast of Saints Crispin and Crispinian), shortly before the Battle of Agincourt, Henry V made a brief speech to the English

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IN SEARCH OF ISLANDS OF SANITY

IN SEARCH OF ISLANDS OF SANITY

Charles Smith February 10, 2017 0

The long-term goal is an economic system based on Human Mutuality

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Coordinated Coaching Increases Trust within Organizations; Accountability as a Trust-Building Framework

Coordinated Coaching Increases Trust within Organizations; Accountability as a Trust-Building Framework

Suzi Pomerantz January 27, 2017 0

If you find accountability, collaboration, and communication to be issues in your organization, the underlying cause may be a culture of distrust. Trust is the missing ingredient for true employee engagement within an organization

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COACHING IN THE CLASSROOM

COACHING IN THE CLASSROOM

Linda Hopper August 10, 2016 1

Happily, I’m beginning to see the word “coach” show up in education literature when speaking of teachers working with students.

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Hero to Host: Developing Police Leadership in the 21st Century

Hero to Host: Developing Police Leadership in the 21st Century

Mark McKergow May 20, 2016 0

The recent College of Policing leadership review priorities a move away from ‘heroic leadership’ to a more team-based and engaging approach. We propose that the metaphor of host leadership – leading as host rather

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Case Study: A Winning Strategy

Case Study: A Winning Strategy

D J Mitsch May 15, 2015 0

Over the last two decades, team coaching has emerged as an extension of Executive Coaching, empowering leaders to work with their teams in new ways and transform team-building into culture-building. Since 2012, the field

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The Book Shelf: Matt Ridley, The Rational Optimist  (2010)

The Book Shelf: Matt Ridley, The Rational Optimist (2010)

William Bergquist April 14, 2015 0

The Rational Optimist by Matt Ridley is one of the books that I greater admire and from which I have extracted many insights as a professional coach. I am not alone in expressing enthusiasm for this book —

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Practice Management and Coaching

Practice Management and Coaching

Kathleen O'Donnell April 14, 2015 0

Dentists are small businessmen and businesswomen who have no golden parachutes, no employment contracts protecting them, no administrative executive team on whom to blame business failures

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The Transformative Shift in Healthcare Compels Coaching

The Transformative Shift in Healthcare Compels Coaching

Michael Cassatly April 14, 2015 0

I find physicians are not only eager to jump off the treadmill and stop running to reconnect with why they originally chose the healing arts as a career, but also to apply the business

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