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There is an art to speaking with candour

This whole subject arose in a leadership coaching discussion with a recently appointed executive general manager who had received comment back that they were too blunt and so direct to the point that their feedback had been described as verging on brutal and bullying. In our discussion they shared they were confused because they had […]
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What is the Role of an Executive Leadership Coach?

Between 1980 and the mid-nineties as the leader’s role grew to deal with the increasing levels of uncertainty, ambiguity, and the constant pressures to deliver results, coaching underwent rapid growth and quickly expanded into different directions such as life coaching, leadership coaching, career coaching, success coaching, plus many more. Since the late nineties, the need […]
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Authentic leadership is about character, not style

Words move in and out of the lexicon of leadership language. One such word is ‘authentic’. The need for leaders to value being authentic and behave and lead with authenticity is growing. Since we entered the 21st century its usage has increased in a range of leadership contexts. However,  it did set me to wondering […]
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We have to learn to love professional networking

In a recent informal discussion, the value of professional networks as opposed to social networks was raised. Without exception all people involved in the discussion agreed that the ability to network professionally is essential in today’s business environment, however where the conversation went next was even more interesting. Some of those present indicated that they […]
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