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2016 Conference Keynote: How to Lead Teaming Across Boundaries

Amy Edmondson presents on "How to Lead Teaming Across Boundaries" at the Annual 2016 Coaching in Leadership and Healthcare Conference.

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Webinar: Coaching Global Leaders in Transition (Resource)

It may surprise you to learn that 40 percent of global leaders assigned to either new positions or overseas assignments fail after 18 months....

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CoachX: Tips on How to Coach the Global Nomadic Leader

Did you know that 40 percent of global leaders assigned to new positions or overseas posts fail after 18 months? Derailment costs companies at least 10 times these global leaders’ expensive annual salaries. Such failure demoralizes employees and jeopardizes relationships with business partners, customers and other stakeholders....

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Webinar: Relational Approaches to Global Challenges with Allen Moore, PhD

Contemporary business leaders, especially those with global roles, face tremendous challenges and often seek coaching to help them remain successful. The market environment is described as volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous, demanding speed of adaptation as the metric of competition....

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Are there unique leadership models in Asia? Exploring uncharted territory

Our goal for this special issue on “Asian Models of Leadership” as we set out in our call for papers was “to bring together empirical work carried out by a very diverse group of scholars and provide directions for advancing the field in new and interesting ways.” We set out to explore a number of questions and issues associated with a b...

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Spring issue 2015: International perspectives on coaching

A happy new year to our readers and contributors, and welcome to this first issue in 2015 of Coaching: An International Journal of Theory, Research and Practice.

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Servant leadership: Validation of a short form of the SL-28

Although research on servant leadership has been expanding over the past several years, a concise, valid scale for assessing global servant leadership has been lacking....

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Leader humility in Singapore

The theoretical development and empirical testing of the effects of humility in the organizational sciences is surprisingly rare. This is especially pronounced in the study of leadership in Asian contexts....

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Putting non-work ties to work: The case of guanxi in supervisor–subordinate relationships

Traditional Western-based theories of supervisor–subordinate relationships tend to focus on social exchanges in the work domain while omitting potential exchanges that occur in the private domain....

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Paternalistic leadership and employee voice in China: A dual process model

Drawing from social exchange and self-concept-based leadership theories, we investigate how paternalistic leadership — authoritarian, benevolent, and moral — affects employee voice from leader–member exchange (LMX) and status-judgment perspectives in the Chinese context....

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