"Animals, jokes & irreverence in group coaching"
An interview by Liz Hall from Coaching at Work with Manfred Kets de Vries on his use of animals, jokes and irreverence in his group leadership coaching. She explores how his novel approach has won him a wealth of plaudits.
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"Profile of INSEAD CCC programme"
INSEAD's Coaching and Consulting for Change programme is profiled in an article in Handelsblatt.
Published on 4 Apr, 2009
"The pathology of CEO psychopaths"
The percentage of psychopaths amongst CEOs is as high as the risk they represent for the company they are working for. INSEAD Distinguished Professor of Leadership Development and Organisational Change Manfred Kets de Vries’ research talks to Heiner Thorborg of Der Spiegel on the topic. – In German
Published on 9 Apr, 2015
"Psychological profile of successful CEOs"
In this interview, Kets de Vries draws on three decades of study to describe the psychological profile of successful CEOs, exploring senior executives' vulnerabilities, which are often intensified by followers' attempts to manipulate their leaders.
Published on 17 Nov, 2004
"A profile of Ruben Vardanian, a leading figure on Russia’s capital markets"
This article profiles Ruben Vardanian, one of the leading figures on Russia’s capital markets, and one of the major shareholders of the investment bank Troika Dialog, one of the top credit institutions in Moscow, and an “employers of choice.”
Published on 1 Jul, 2008
"What are the different facets of coaching?"
A book chapter in Coach and couch: The psychology of making better leaders, exploring the different facets of coaching.
Published on 1 May, 2007
This book provides an in-depth look at the coaching process, considering the diversity of both individual and organisational learning through the lens of psychodynamic mindfulness.
Published on 15 Apr, 2014
Continuing on from Part 1 - Meetings: a matter of life or death, here we reflect on group role identities and the way they can affect underlying dynamics in meetings.
Published on 4 May, 2017
"Interview with Manfred Kets de Vries and Frances Hesselbein"
"Does a good coach have to be tough?"
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Published on 13 Dec, 2017
The book deals with how coaching interventions can drive a journey of transformational change at individual, team and organisational levels.
Published on 14 Jul, 2010