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How Important is Emotional Intelligence in Leadership for the Post-Covid Era? by Malcolm Nicholson (United Kingdom) In previous articles I have mentioned the need for a new organisational leadership model. Anecdotal evidence suggests that the hybrid/remote approach to work which most people want now, plus the accelerating pace of
Coaching First-Time Leaders by Risto M. Koskinen (Finland) Starting as a leader is not a single event but a process where the odds are not in your favor: four out of ten newly promoted managers and executives fail within 18 months of taking on the role.[i] In this article,
by Ruby McGuire (UK) If you are running a business, you need to think like a CEO and be a leader. In my world, I play with royalty when I talk about leadership, so I talk about Kings and Queens. I work with Queens, mostly, but I do work
by Keith Merron (USA) To answer the question as to whether leadership coaching is different than other forms of coaching, one would need to believe that leadership coaching is a ‘form’. In my view, it is not. It is a focus on coaching. When coaching leaders, the form is
by Malcolm Nicholson – iCN Journalist (UK) I recently had the pleasure of interviewing John Owen, who has been leading technology organisations for around 30 years. He has a wealth of experience in both international markets and leading global teams. For the last five years, he's been running a
by Barbara Mutedzi (Zimbabwe) We have all heard the term that culture eats strategy for business. I feel like this statement is misinterpreted a lot, and I will share how we actually take advantage of the strategy as a starting point to create the culture we need, and from
by Dr. Darren Stevens (UK) Over the years, a variety of coaching methodologies have been introduced, each suggesting an incremental improvement in the coaching effectiveness for the client. In 1st Generation Coaching (1990-1999), the main focus was on performance management, compelling others to change and coping with ‘difficult’ employees.
by Anne Bachrach (USA) Time management is not just a buzzword that you can throw around but never dig into. It is also not something you try on for a week or two and become instantly successful at. If you want to truly accelerate your workday efforts and get
by Tara Halliday (UK) As an executive coach or a leadership coach, you will have clients with imposter syndrome. About 70% of high-achievers experience imposter syndrome at some point in their careers(1), men and women equally(2). As leaders start to struggle, they can be motivated to get coaching support.