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Amy Edmondson on the Right Kind of Wrong: Coaching in an Uncertain World

As a push for innovation intensifies in many industries, the “fail fast, fail often” rhetoric has made failure downright fashionable. Here’s the problem: The sunny rhetoric in books, articles, and podcasts is too often simplistic and superficial....

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Patrick Williams on The Current State of Whole Life Coaching

Dr Pat has been part of the coaching profession and its evolution since the beginning and has just released the 3rd edition of his best selling book Becoming a Professional Life Coach: The Art and Science of a Whole Person Approach. ...

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John Paul Stephens on Emotional Intelligence: The Emotional Carrying Capacity of our Work Relationships

Having spent several years researching positive work relationships and high-performing groups, John Paul Stephens talks about a key ingredient in the "secret sauce" of emotional intelligence: the emotional carrying capacity of our work relationships....

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Nankhonde Kasonde-van den Broek on The Wisdom and Impact of Coaching in Africa

Award-winning executive coach, Nankhonde Kasone-van den Broek, developed the Zanga competency framework based on years of applying and adapting international best practices in coaching across work environments in Africa....

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Chip Conley on Learning to Love Midlife: How to Coach People Through This Life Stage

Is there any life stage with a worse brand than midlife and its dreaded "crisis"? New York Times bestselling author and founder and CEO of the Modern Elder Academy (MEA), Chip Conley has spent his past 15 years studying the upsides and downsides of middle age....

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Jennifer McCollum on Women Leaders Rising

Fewer than a third of corporate Director and VP roles are held by women, and while those numbers are improving, progress toward gender parity has been slow. What does it take for women to ascend to the highest levels of leadership, and how can human resources professionals empower them on their journeys?...

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Haesun Moon on The Pedagogy of Curiosity: Becoming of a Coach

In this LinkedIn Live session, Haesun Moon and Carol Kauffman engage in a scholarly yet practical inquiry into the intricacies of coaching efficacy....

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Steven Rogelberg on The Art and Science of 1:1 Meetings

There are approximately 200 million 1:1 meetings a day around the globe....

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Jacquelyn Lane and Scott Osman on Becoming Coachable

What the world’s most influential leaders know is that the secret to achieving that effectiveness is becoming coachable. And in order to do so, one must be ready to engage in the process of betterment, starting with investing in yourself in order to give the most back to your organization, team, and the world....

Herminia Ibarra on Why Career Change is Hard

Nearly all of us have entertained the notion of changing careers. Feeling burned out at work, unfulfilled, or just plain unhappy with whatever we're doing, we long to reinvent ourselves on a new and different career path. But how do we make this transition successfully?...

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