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Coaching for Performance Fifth Edition: The Principles and Practice of Coaching and Leadership UPDATED 25TH ANNIVERSARY EDITION

Coaching for Performance is the grandfather of coaching books and coaching approaches. Thousands of high performing organizations have tapped into its wisdom; it's the introductory text of choice for many coaching programs. It is however, invaluable to the more established coach as well....

2016 Conference Talk: Coaching Teams to Enhance Performance

Ben Dattner and Dan Fisher present on "Coaching Teams to Enhance Performance and Accelerate Innovation" at the Annual 2016 Coaching in Leadership and Healthcare Conference.

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HBR Webinar: On Digital’s Frontline: How Company Culture Can Make or Break Digital Transformation

Few organizations are exempt from the implications of our increasingly technological world. In order to stay competitive, organizations must adapt to become more technologically fluent....

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Benefiting from CEO's empowerment of TMTs: Does CEO–TMT dissimilarity matter?

This study examines empowering leadership from an upper echelons perspective by focusing on top management teams (TMTs) and considering the demographic dissimilarities between the CEO and other TMT members....

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Leaders' impression management during organizational decline: The roles of publicity, image concerns, and incentive compensation

In this study, we develop and examine a model of leaders' impression management during organizational decline by elaborating on the roles of publicity, image concerns, and incentive compensation. We propose that the publicity of decline is an important antecedent of leaders' impression management during decline....

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Organizational and supervisory justice effects on experienced threat during change: The moderating role of leader in-group representativeness

We explore the complex interplay between organizational justice and supervisory justice when predicting groupmembers' threat perceptions in a context of organizational change....

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Distributed leadership patterns and service improvement: Evidence and argument from English healthcare

This article focuses on the pattern and impact of change leadership in complex pluralistic public sector settings and specifically in English healthcare. The argument draws on evidence from ten comparative cases exploring links between leadership patterns and organizational outcomes. Our analysis builds three themes....

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Multi-level issues in evolutionary theory organization science and leadership

Multi-level issues are critical in the physical social and behavioral sciences....

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