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Coaching Communication Tools
So much of coaching involves developing and enhancing communication between individuals and within groups. Here we share six coaching tools to help clients build their communication skills.
Amy C. Edmondson is the Novartis Professor of Leadership and Management at the Harvard Business School. This is a one-minute video of Amy Edmondson discussing her research work.
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In our CoachX podcasts IOC Fellows share their expertise on a particular topic with members.
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Ruth Ann Harnisch's thought leadership was essential to the creation of the Institute of Coaching as she first recognized the need for coaching to have a strong research base and voice. To make this happen she made a $2 million investment to establish the IOC at McLean Hospital, a Harvard Medical School Affiliate.
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The Institute of Coaching's Founder, Carol Kauffman, and IESE Coaching Unit Professor, Alberto Ribera, gathered top coaches, CEOs, and HR VPs such as Didac Lee and Executive HR VP of Caixa Bank, Xavier Coll. Over the course of a few days this past October, they discussed and shared ideas at the...
As the head of a large executive coaching firm, I travel globally meeting with organizations and coaches, as well as speaking at and attending various coaching conferences. I’m often asked some of the same questions: “Why are organizations hiring coaches?” “Is coaching just a fad?” “...
My mission as an executive coach is to relieve suffering in the workplace caused by abrasive leaders.
As I read this, I realize that I may be giving the mistaken impression that I aspire to be the Mother Theresa of executive coaching, which is not the case. I don’t do what I...