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Build an A-Team: Play to Their Strengths and Lead Them Up the Learning Curve

Do you want to have a high-performing team that strives for greatness, even in the face of uncertainty? Do you want to be a boss people love, while also driving high performance?...

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Disrupt Yourself: Putting the Power of Disruptive Innovation to Work

Thinkers50 Management Thinker of 2015 Whitney Johnson wants you to consider this simple, yet powerful, idea: disruptive companies and ideas upend markets by doing something truly different—they see a need, an empty space waiting to be filled, and they dare to create something for which a market may not yet exist.&n...

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Executive Coaching on the Cusp of Disruption: What's Up With the MashUp?

PowerPoint slides to compliment Dr. David Peterson and Whitney Johnson's keynote presentation at the 2017 Harvard Medical School Coaching in Leadership and Healthcare Conference.

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Quiet: How to Harness the Strengths of Introverts to Transform How We Work, Lead and Innovate

PowerPoint slides to compliment Susan Cain's keynote presentation at the 2017 Harvard Medical School Coaching in Leadership and Healthcare Conference.

CoachX: Tracy Duberman on Coaching to Collaborate in Healthcare

Tracy Duberman, and IOC Fellow and the CEO and Founder of The Leadership Group, discusses how to use coaching as a lightning rod to enhance cross sector collaboration in healthcare.

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2017 December Coaching Report

On December 7th, Marshall Goldsmith shared his unique coaching model, Stakeholder Centered Coaching (SCC), in our public webinar, available here for those of you unable to attend....

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Triggers: Creating Behavior That Lasts--Becoming the Person You Want to Be

A trigger is something that causes us to act. It can be a positive trigger, e.g., praise. Or, it can be negative and counterproductive, as in peer pressure or things that drain us. Marshall says, they are practically infinite and asks, "Why do they "make" us do things? Why are they invisible? And, how can they work for us?"...

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Seeing eye to eye: A meta-analysis of self-other agreement of leadership (The Leadership Quarterly)

The agreement between a leader's self-rating of leadership and ratings from the leader's subordinates, peers, and superiors (i.e., self-other agreement) is critical to understanding leadership, but questions remain regarding the extent to which leaders are aware of their behaviors....

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CoachX: Marilia Fiuza on Ego in the Coaching Practice

Marilia Fiuza discusses how to understand ego in the context of your coaching practice.

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CoachX: Suzanne Bates on Coaching Executive Presence

Suzanne Bates discusses how to coach leaders to be all they can be using the science of executive presence.

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