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Are you on the Bridge or in the Engine Room

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Are you on the Bridge or in the Engine Room? by Malcolm Nicholson (United Kingdom) I am frequently asked by newer coaches who are moving into assignments with more senior execs what are some areas to check in as conversation openers. I have adopted the question and metaphor ‘Are

  • Career Coaching – Leading Remotely

Career Coaching – Leading Remotely

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Career Coaching – Leading Remotely by Malcolm Nicholson – iCN Journalist (United Kingdom) Summary: The last three years have brought with it massive changes and threats. Remote & Hybrid working means that a strong culture is crucial for driving positive results. Leaders need to focus on the relationship with

Leadership in a Global Economy

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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

Virtual Intercultural VUCA and the New Normal

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by Malcolm Nicholson, iCN Journalist (UK) The scope of this article is to examine ideas around a new ‘How’ – how to deliver team coaching in a lockdown and post lockdown intercultural VUCA world. The ‘what’ that is delivered will depend on the client requirements, the unfolding variables and

Team Coaching Resources

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by Malcolm Nicholson, iCN Journalist (UK) ‘Not finance. Not strategy. Not technology. It is teamwork that remains the ultimate competitive advantage, both because it is so powerful and so rare.’ - Patrick Lencioni Resources for Team Coaching are increasing in availability as research in the discipline grows. Please note:

Relationship Coaching in the Work Environment

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by Malcolm Nicholson iCN Journalist (UK) For a large part of the global population, work has become one of the most all-consuming elements of human endeavour in the late C20th early C21st. Interpersonal relationships within the individual’s microclimate of the work environment are consequently imbued with a great deal