iCN Issue 5

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Your Leadership Brand

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By Yasmin Vorajee (Ireland) Do you have a leadership brand?  If you do, can you articulate it?  If not, why not?  A leadership brand is similar to a product brand – it tells your audience what you are about and what you stand for.  If you look at a

Coaching the ‘leadership team’ together

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By Martin Goodyer (United Kingdom) Is it group coaching or team coaching, and does it matter what it's called? Coaching 'one to one' is both a skill and an art; it takes many hours of training in the use of communication techniques and understanding important aspects of human behaviour

You’re a Coach, Not a Salesperson!

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Kevin Oubridge (United Kingdom) And yet with a little bit of know-how you can learn how to sell by playing to your strengths as a coach You are a leadership coach. You have got several years’ experience under your belt. You are well connected with business leaders. You’re professionally qualified.

Self-Directed Leadership

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By Josephine Thomson (Australia) Help people think better – don’t tell them what to do. That’s the advice from a new management practice for today’s corporate realities. It’s a complex and stressed out world in corporations large and small. Most workers are juggling dozens if not hundreds of emails

How to develop leadership skills in your career

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By Dominika Miernik (United Kingdom) Leadership skills are valuable for moving you through your career and into a leadership role. It's critical to every business to cultivate leadership skills at all levels.  No matter what your career situation, you can learn to develop strong and effective leadership skills. Leadership

What to Look for in a Corporate Coach

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By Mark Friedman (USA) In a recent study conducted by the International Coaching Federation (ICF) and PriceWaterhouse Coopers (2012), it was found that Coaching as a profession is growing by leaps and bounds.  ICF is the largest and most well-known professional association for coaches.  They report that from 2004

Leadership Coaching: My Vision = Our Vision

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By Ashutosh Tewari (India) “Be the change you want to see” – Mahatma Gandhi The leadership qualities which Mahatma Gandhi displayed during India’s freedom struggle were based on setting a personal example. He never asked anyone to do anything. He simply did it himself first. He never lectured on