"Peer coaching and strategy alignment"
This blog entry, with the Harvard Business Review, discusses how peer coaching interventions can make a huge difference to the implementation of a strategy or change initiative of an organisation.
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"Turning high potentials to star performers"
This blog discusses the qualities that turn high potentials into top performers.
Published on 29 Dec, 2014
"Group coaching for meaningful change"
This blog entry explores how group coaching can serve as tipping points for real and meaningful change.
Published on 20 May, 2014
“A mind that is stretched by a new experience can never go back to its old dimensions.”
The advertising pitches of many coaches raise false expectations and seem designed to fool the gullible.
Published on 12 Mar, 2018
"Four pathologies that can cripple leaders"
This blog entry with the Harvard Business Review explores four pathologies that can cripple an executive and bring misery to the workplace, and what to do about them.
Published on 1 Apr, 2014
"The GELM for measuring global executive leadership"
This blog entry presents The Global Executive Leadership Mirror (GELM) is a new 360° leadership assessment designed to measure specific leadership behaviors in global executives.
Published on 23 Oct, 2014
"Executive coaches as modern day shamans"
This working paper discusses various similarities and differences between the healing practices of shamans and the work of therapists and executive coaches.
Published on 30 Sep, 2014
"High-flyers and the fear of success"
This blog entry with the Harvard Business Review address the fear of success and its consequences.
Published on 4 Mar, 2014
"When drive and commitment are too much"
Published on 21 Mar, 2016
“Knowing is the easy part; saying it out loud is the hard part.”
Successful coaching involves working with – not against – an individual’s resistance.
Published on 20 Aug, 2018
"Self awareness and team effectiveness"
This blog explores how, in order to be truly effective, leaders must first understand the unconscious motivations in themselves, followed by those of the people around them.
Published on 13 Aug, 2014