Managerial Effectiveness ‘HALT!’ the need for stress, by ‘coaching-in-the-moment’

Source: international-coaching-news.net By Martin Goodyer (United Kingdom) Stress all starts with a belief that ‘things are as they are, and that’s that!’ Often managers believe that stress is useful, and that it needs to be embraced because it helps the job get done quicker, better, or more efficiently. On the other hand, they may also accept that stress can be …

It’s Time to Rethink Leadership Development: Building Momentum for Leadership Culture

Source: international-coaching-news.net By Dr. Gerhard van Rensburg (South Africa) Abstract For all who are interested in the development of the organisation’s leadership and leadership development are of fundamental importance. Fresh thinking about what effective leadership in modern times mean and how such leaders can be developed is much needed as the organisational world evolve further in the 21st century. Perceptions …

Do we end up saying yes when we want to say no

Source: international-coaching-news.net By Deepak Sawhney (India) There is nothing in this world which can make us say “Yes” when we want to say “No”. Yet when someone approaches us with a request, some of us end up saying yes only to regret it later. What is it that we regret and why do we really regret it later? There are …

Into “the realm of emotions”: Executive Coaching in Emotional Intelligence – Developing of Leadership Behaviours

Source: international-coaching-news.net By Yasen Dimitrov (Bulgaria) INTRODUCTION The growing popularity of Coaching can be explained in different ways. Some clients find that it helps them to overcome and” tackle” their fears. Others share that through coaching they unlock some parts of their potential, or find a way to experience happiness of living- building up relationships. For many Coaching paradigms such …

Leading the Millennial Generation

Source: international-coaching-news.net By Anne Rød (Norway) The Millennial generations have entered the workplace and it will never be the same again. With their rucksacks, big headphones and eyes glued to the smart phones, they are digital natives completely unaware of what life was like before the Internet. Now they are setting the pace and the standard for working life and …

Executive Coaching – Learning From The Past and Emerging From The Future

Source: http://www.international-coaching-news.net/ By Noel Brady (United Kingdom) Today executive coaching is widely used by a broad spectrum of businesses across the world. Many of the original concepts came from the field of sports coaching aimed at improving individual and team performance. Good sports coaching focuses as much on mindset as on technique and peak physical fitness. Sports coaches such as …

Implementation Management – Challenges, Change, and Conflict

Source:  http://www.international-coaching-news.net By Gary R. Gasaway (USA) With any implementation, there is change. Many of the challenges with change brings about conflict. There are many issues concerning conflict with employees, none more than change. Unfortunately, many supervisors, managers, and especially executives are not equipped to handle conflict as it relates to change in the workplace. They need help! Therefore, there …

5 Keys to Effectively Communicating Appreciation

Source: http://www.international-coaching-news.net By Paul White, Ph.D. (USA) The mission of professional coaches is to increase productivity by assisting businesses and leaders to address deficit areas and to build new skills.  One key area is in helping managers grow in the skills that help make the work environment more positive. With so many leaders and employees experiencing burnout, high turnover and …

How to Coach Confidence in the 21st Century Leader

Source: http://www.international-coaching-news.net By Karen Keller Ph.D. (USA) Part One in our series on Coaching Leaders. Confidence is foundational to leadership and influence when coaching leaders, but it is the one characteristic that is truly lacking in many emerging leaders. I see some leaders exhibit bravado and false self-confidence, but have a lack of true confidence when the tough decisions arise. Let’s …

Creating a Successful Accountability Culture

Source: international-coaching-news.net By Anne M. Bachrach (USA) Accountability is one of the basic disciplines of doing business and increasing success. Yet, organisations often find it next to impossible to create a successful accountability culture. Companies that do manage to have high levels of accountability also achieve greater success. The ones that are not able to do so usually don’t experience …