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Vertical Development 5: Mission-Able Development

This article continues the conversation about Vertical Development with an exploration of what it takes to stay at it when the grade turns steep, the going gets tough, and the terrain bec...

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2017 November Coaching Report

2017 Coaching in Healthcare and Leadership Conference  Recap What do Dan Goleman, Marshall Goldsmith, Susan Cain, Margaret Wheately and Livingston Taylor have in common?  ...

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....

Unconscious Bias:The Challenge and Opportunity for Coaching

Slides to accompany Carlos Davidovich's IOC Webinar: Unconscious Bias:The Challenge and Opportunity for Coaching

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Webinar: Unconscious Bias:The Challenge and Opportunity for Coaching

Neuroscience research has begun to ‘connect the dots’ on how the brain works and how brain functioning supports both conscious and unconscious thought processes.  With this newfound knowledge, we are beginning to understand the power of unconscious bias and its impact on behavior, decision-making and interpersonal dynamics....

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2017 October Coaching Report

Transformation in action...

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Coaching in Medical Education: A Faculty Handbook

While long used in the business world, and more recently in physician circles, coaching is relatively new to the medical trainee world. An academic coach is a person assigned to facilitate learners achieving their fullest potential....

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Webinar: Yes, You Can (and MUST) Measure the Results of Executive Coaching!

The executive coaching field still suffers greatly from an “image problem” – many in the world do not understand what we do, and often confuse us with other less desirable occupations. Our profession must capture legitimacy in the world’s eyes. One solution? Measurement!...

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If, Why, and When Subjective Well-Being Influences Health, and Future Needed Research

We review evidence on whether subjective well-being (SWB) can influence health, why it might do so, and what we know about the conditions where this is more or less likely to occur. This review also explores how various methodological approaches inform the study of the connections between subjective well-being and health and longevity outcomes....

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