Contemporary business leaders, especially those with global roles, face tremendous challenges and often seek coaching to help them remain successful. The market environment is described as volatile, uncertain, complex, and ambiguous, demanding speed of adaptation as the metric of competition. This speed of adaptation is not simple first- or second-order change (at the individual or small group level). Rather, it represents the capacity of the larger organization to absorb, make sense, learn, emerge, and thrive. How does this impact our coaching approach? How do we move our coaching beyond the individual leader level, toward this larger organizational capacity of leadership?
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