Dima Louis, DBA, is a researcher, executive coach, and consultant. She holds a Doctorate in Business Administration from Grenoble Ecole de Management, a Master’s degree in Occupational Psychology and is certified in Occupational Testing by the British Psychological Society. She received the Harnisch Grant in support of her DBA thesis which examines the issue of multiple stakeholders and agendas in executive coaching. She has published articles both in English and in French, and presented papers at several coaching conferences. Her research interests include executive coaching, power dynamics and politics in organizations, pathogenic relationships and dysfunctional roles in the workplace, and the relationship between art, leadership and business practices.
While executive coaching has been mostly portrayed as a straightforward practice, relying on a relatively non-problematic set of relationships, our resear...
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