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  • LEADER QUALITIES NEEDED FOR A MODERN CEO

    What leader qualities do we ask of a 21st century CEO? The Harvard Business Review (HBR) has just issued an article entitled ‘What Leadership Looks Like in Different Cultures’. The article, authored by Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic and Michael Sanger, considers what makes a great leader and...

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  • HOW PURPOSE CAN EMPOWER WOMEN AT WORK

    The saying goes that behind every great man is a great woman. But research into group intelligence shows that teams perform best if they contain a high number of women. Why? Because women tend to make links, build relationships, encourage quieter team members to contribute, maximize group resourc...

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  • RETAINING MILLENNIALS IN THE ORGANIZATION

    Generation Y has spoken: millennials value companies that behave in an ethical manner, contribute to society and provide training, support and leadership skills. These findings – from the 2016 Deloitte Millennial Survey – focus on younger employees but we have seen a shift towards the...

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  • WHERE DOES COACHING FIT IN A LEADERSHIP MODEL?

    Douglas Conant, former CEO of Campbell Soup Company, has defined his seven essential practices of leadership in the ConantLeadership Flywheel. These seven practices make up a flywheel, shown in the diagram below, and he summarizes them as “tough-minded on standards and tender-hearted with p...

    Tags: Coaching Culture, Coaching management style, Leadership development

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  • COACHING AND EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE ARE INSEPARABLE

    The personal behaviour of leaders has long been linked to business results. We regularly ask workers around the world to recall someone who had a positive impact on their younger self. Our research shows that the common factor shared by those influential people is always a natural ability of emot...

    Tags: Coaching Culture, Coaching management style, Emotional intelligence, Leadership development

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  • COACHING AND EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE ARE INSEPARABLE

    The personal behaviour of leaders impacts business results. We regularly ask workers around the world to recall someone who had a positive impact on their younger self. Our surveys show the common factor shared by those influential people is always a natural ability of emotional intelligence. It...

    Tags: Coaching Culture, Coaching management style, Emotional intelligence, Leadership development

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  • LATEST GLOBAL NEWS FROM THE TEAM

    This month the team launched our Level 1 Coaching for Performance public workshop in Bucharest and in Bogota. The two-day training in Romania was run in association with our friends at the Centre for Effective Coaching, with our Director of Coaching and Leadership, Tiffany Gaskell, opening the se...

    Tags: Coaching management style, Events and training, Leadership development

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  • LEADER QUALITIES NEEDED FOR A MODERN CEO

    What leader qualities do we ask of a 21st century CEO? The Harvard Business Review (HBR) has just issued an article entitled ‘What Leadership Looks Like in Different Cultures’. The article, authored by Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic and Michael Sanger, considers what makes a great leader and...

    Tags: Leadership development, Transformation

    Last updated

  • HOW PURPOSE CAN EMPOWER WOMEN AT WORK

    The saying goes that behind every great man is a great woman. But research into group intelligence shows that teams perform best if they contain a high number of women. Why? Because women tend to make links, build relationships, encourage quieter team members to contribute, maximize group resourc...

    Tags: Leadership development, Women in Leadership

    Last updated

  • RETAINING MILLENNIALS IN THE ORGANIZATION

    Generation Y has spoken: millennials value companies that behave in an ethical manner, contribute to society and provide training, support and leadership skills. These findings – from the 2016 Deloitte Millennial Survey – focus on younger employees but we have seen a shift towards the...

    Tags: Leadership development

    Last updated

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