'Advantages of small group coaching"
This article describes the benefits of small group coaching in leadership development. Rather than being merely a cheaper, diluted alternative, we suggest that small group coaching has unique advantages and is actually an accelerator of leadership development at the individual, team and organisational levels, which allows over time the creation of an overall “coaching culture” in the host organisation while offering a more cost-effective way of addressing major leadership challenges
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"Self authoring to take control of our destiny"
This article addresses how in order to take control of our destiny and to create alternative destinations some of us may need an external intervention, one of which is the technique of self authoring.
Published on 1 Jan, 2012
"What happens in the transitional space during coaching?"
Book chapter in The Coaching Kaleidoscope: Insights from the Inside Palgrave Macmillan, p. 71-85.
Published on 1 Jul, 2010
"Effectiveness of psycho- dynamic group coaching"
This article reports on the effectiveness of psychodynamic group coaching intervention technique practiced at a global business school.
Published on 1 Feb, 2014
"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
"Leadership lessons from a tumultuous time"
Published on 13 Dec, 2016
"Conundrums coaches face in their practice"
This article sheds light on the challenges facing coaches when undertaking the journey to becoming a group coach.
Published on 11 Nov, 2014
"Leadership in the age of rage"
Published on 24 Aug, 2016
Reflections on Leadership and Career Development is the second of the three books in the Manfred Kets de Vries on the Couch series. This book takes an in-depth look at the way basic psychological processes operate on individual and corporate performance.
Published on 11 Mar, 2009
"A response to the clinical paradigm"
This article was written in response to The Clinical Paradigm: Manfred Kets de Vries Reflections on Organizational Therapy.
Published on 1 Feb, 2000
"Eccentric organisational behaviour and folie à deux"
This article describes the phenomenon called folie à deux—and how what we often term eccentric behaviour patterns of people in organisations might be better understood in that context.
Published on 1 Jul, 1979