Menu

Coaching

Younger and Older Executives Need Different Things from Coaching

Eric, 33, a high-potential vice president at a financial services firm, was elated to be selected by his supervisors to receive executive coaching. This meant he was being groomed for ascendance. His boss wanted him to be a more motivating leader to his team. In coaching, while Eric focused on…
Read more...

Effective coaching a business imperative

Effective couching involves unleashing the individual potential and expanding the capacity of employees to stretch and grow beyond self-limiting boundaries. This is extremely important in a country like South Africa, where differing levels of education and backgrounds may hinder finding the right skills. Businesses today face countless challenges both externally…
Read more...

Get the Most Out of Executive Coaching

Originally Published in the Harvard Business Review. By: Steven Berglas. Remember “light bulb” jokes? My favorite was, “How many shrinks does it take to change a light bulb? One, but the light bulb must want to change.” It’s true: Unless or until a person decides to commit to change wholeheartedly,…
Read more...

Senior Leaders Endorse Coaching During Tough Times

Read almost any literature on leadership in the 21st Century and the words “change, complexity and uncertainty” are bound to appear somewhere. These are the key challenges facing leaders today – and they’re influencing how they approach their roles to get the best out of their teams and organisations. UCT…
Read more...
Subscribe to this RSS feed