Tag Archives | Executive Coaching

The Characteristics Now Needed For Successful Executives

A recent interview with the Global Chief Executive of headhunter, Egon Zehnder raised some interesting points regarding the characteristics that are now required of successful executives for today’s changing world. Rajeev Vasudeva, in an interview with the Australian Financial Review (28-29 March 2015), highlighted four key markers that Egon Zehnder now look for when headhunting […]

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Crucial Conversations

In 2002, Patterson, Grenny, McMillan & Switzler published a book through McGraw Hill called Crucial Conversations and a second edition was published in 2012. The book has sold millions of copies world-wide because it speaks to a common problem experienced by most of us– the fear and/or avoidance of holding a “crucial” conversation with another […]

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TED Talk – Susan Cain – The Power of Introverts

Susan Cain is a former corporate lawyer who challenges us in her TED talk “The Power of Introverts”. She wants us to consider the damage we are doing to the creative productivity of our society by allowing our educational and work structures to be hijacked by extroverts. Knowing how dominant extroverts are in our executive […]

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What is coaching?

From the desk of Jenny Roche –  Director, Board Business Coaching is one of the most powerful ways to fast track the professional development  of executives. It enables an executive to ‘see themselves’ clearly, through the eyes of their peers, their team and their stakeholders.  It enables an assessment of “where am I now and where […]

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