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How to … coach Generation Y

April 30, 2013 | By

By BARBARA ST.CLAIRE-OSTWALD, Original article published in Coaching at Work. Like any other generational group, Generation Y is uniquely shaped by its historical context. It is only by understanding, respecting and addressing such generational differences in the working environment, that coaches can establish a successful relationship There is no consensus on the exact birthdate of […]

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The Art And Science of Performance Reviews

March 23, 2013 | By

Original post by Daniel Goleman on LinkedIn Performance reviews are the HR ritual that everyone dreads. Brain science shows that the way in which that review gets delivered can be a boon or a curse. If a boss gives even a good review in the wrong way, that message can create a neural downer. The […]

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What Leaders Really Do

January 10, 2013 | By

They don’t make plans; they don’t solve problems; they don’t even organize people. What leaders really do is prepare organizations for change and help them cope as they struggle through it. Exerpt from original article published in Harvard Business Review by John P. Kotter. Dr. John P. Kotter is widely regarded as the foremost speaker […]

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Coaching for Performance – GROWing Human Potential

July 2, 2012 | By

The Concise Oxford Dictionary defines the verb to coach as to “tutor, train, give hints to, prime with facts.” This does not help us much, for those things can be done in many ways, some of which bear no relationship to coaching. Coaching is as much about the way these things are done as about […]

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