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by Leila Youssef Let’s create an avatar. A brilliant employee ascends to a managerial executive position. Until now he had peers who might become his subordinates if he remains in the same sector or division. From having to report to his boss, he finds himself in a position where

Connecting with Leadership

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by Christine Charles What is Leadership? Can it be learnt? What do you have to do to be a Leader? Does it come naturally or can it be learnt? I have been asking these very questions for the past 15 years, I desperately wanted to be a leader but

Executive Coaching Supports Organizational Renewal

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by Patricia Lustig The Cynefin Framework is based on the premise that the way a problem is categorised impacts on the nature of the leadership response. Few leaders and coaches work from a clear understanding of this kind and are therefore immediately limited in their effectiveness. The basic model

Secrets Shared By World Class Athletes and Top Class CEO’s

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By Rakesh Kochar “Citius, Altius, Fortius” the Olympic motto of “faster, higher, stronger” is also the perfect aphorism describing the quest of modern business seeking faster innovation cycles, higher efficiencies and stronger  customer relationships. This is being powered by a new breed of top performing CEO’s who are tapping

EXECUTIVE COACHING in the Global Context

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by Cristina Palma - iCN Journalist (France) Interview with Tony Mayo (USA), Aboodi Shabi (UK), and Magda Niculescu (Romania) Tony Mayo (USA), Aboodi Shabi (UK) and Magda Niculescu (Romania) are three experienced executive coaches with three ways of seeing the world, but they all agree on one thing, there is

Coaching as an Approach to Organisational Development

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by Malcolm Nicholson (United Kingdom) Summary: Organisation development initiatives often fail, and have not embraced coaching as a methodology. Coaching can contribute significantly to the acceptance and engagement with OD initiatives by a) challenging the thinking of OD initiative leaders and b) enabling managers to increase employee engagement by adopting

Personal Executive Coaching

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by Mariana Andrei “A coach’s awareness To The psychological implications personal executive coaching entangles is most useful in The choice of his/ her approach.” There are a few psychological aspects we should pay attention to when we embark on Personal Executive Coaching. The name itself of “personal executive coaching”

Young Titans

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by Beata Schaffer (Hungary) Come on now all you young men, all over the world! You have  not an hour to lose. Don't be content with things as they are. 'The earth is yours and the fullness thereof.' Enter upon your inheritance, accept your re- sponsibilities.  Never submit to failure.