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Integration: The Power of Being Co-Active in Work and Life

The Institute is pleased to present books published by Fellows and Sponsors....

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Co-Active Leadership: Five Ways to Lead

The IOC is pleased to present books published by Fellows and Sponsors. ...

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Podcast: Coaching Optimal Teams with Amy Edmondson, PhD

In this podcast, Amy Edmondson, PhD, Professor of Leadership and Management at Harvard Business School addresses the latest research and best practices for coaching leaders on how to accelerate performance and learn "on the fly" in a world of constant change.

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Webinar: Coaching in the 4th Industrial Revolution: Helping STEMM Leaders Flourish

Developing and coaching leaders from STEMM fields has never been more crucial, and yet it can be incredibly challenging. As the 4th Industrial Revolution (4th IR) unfolds, leaders need to harness emerging technologies for greater innovation, productivity, and prosperity....

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Coaching in the 4th Industrial Revolution: Helping STEMM Leaders Flourish

Slides presentation to accompany Coaching in the 4th Industrial Revolution: Helping STEMM Leaders Flourish webinar.

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Trust Matters in Pandemic Time

How can we improve trust in pandemic time? Enable multiple opportunities for positive social encounters throughout the day to stimulate oxytocin release (which lasts for 30 minutes), which in turn improves trust, teamwork, and performance.

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Authenticity, Self Disclosure, and Diving Deep: Evidence-Based Practices for Transformative Coaching

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Webinar: Authenticity, Self Disclosure, and Diving Deep: Evidence-Based Practices for Transformative Coaching

A lively, interactive discussion as Dr. Patrick Williams guides a presentation and discussion on the power of emotional awareness and courageous vulnerability in coaching, what he metaphorically calls “Getting Naked with Your Clothes On".  ...

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Reflecting on Bias

To simplify the complexity of human experience, the brain categorizes things, grouping them together, which reduces sensitivity to differences. These categories become beliefs and stereotypes. The unconscious associations with a stereotype become bias.

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Reflecting on Bias Book Summary Slides

Book summary slides to accompany the research dose: Reflecting on Bias

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