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Can “Application Coaching” Improve Your Leadership Development Strategy?

Can “Application Coaching” Improve Your Leadership Development Strategy? Posted August 28, 2013 | 0 Comment(s) | by Jim Fries

Lately we’ve seen an increase in the number of projects involving what we call “Application Coaching,” or Integration Coaching, with clients of all sizes. Application Coaching is one-on-one coaching support, provided to participants of leadership development

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The Power of a Coaching Culture on Organizational Performance

The Power of a Coaching Culture on Organizational Performance

Today businesses face a myriad of challenges, both externally and internally. Overcoming these challenges can be the difference between success and failure.

Many external issues are beyond an organization’s direct control…natural disasters, global economic turmoil, etc. Internal challenges, however, can present a company with significant opportunities

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MACLS: Manager As Coach Learning Series

MACLS: Manager As Coach Learning Series Situation Leaders at the top of the organization found themselves taking on tasks that managers and/or supervisors should be accomplishing. Bench strength of the organization appeared weak and required development of junior leaders to support projected business growth. The culture of the organization felt negative due to the physical

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Let the War Begin: Winning Strategies to Retain Top Talent

Let the War Begin: Winning Strategies to Retain Top Talent Posted July 31, 2012 | by Brian Clapp

There is no greater issue facing organizations today and in the coming years than retention of top talent. Although critical to organizational success, few are taking the steps necessary to ensure they are developing and retaining the

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The Risky Business of Layoffs... Lawsuits, Tarnished Brands & Less than Engaged Employees

The Risky Business of Layoffs… Lawsuits, Tarnished Brands & Less than Engaged Employees Posted May 21, 2012 | by Paul Sniffin & Mark Hornberger

During difficult economic times, companies often have to do whatever they can to reduce and control costs, which typically includes reducing their workforce. Even in good economic conditions, reductions in the

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A Case for Coaching: Why Executive Coaching is the Best Leadership Development Strategy in Today’s Turbulent Times

Posted December 2, 2011

Career Partners International – San Franciso Bay Area / Torchiana Mastrov & Sapiro

Organizations are caught in a dilemma. The recent global economic meltdown has required many companies to cut back drastically and tighten belts wherever possible – including cutting their commitment and resources dedicated to leadership development. At the same

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Outplacement Redefined…The New Imperative of Talent Transition

Posted December 2, 2011

Sheryl Dawson, Career Partners International – Houston

Does your organization view outplacement as an unnecessary cost? If so, it’s time to re-arm yourself for the talent war by redefining your talent transition process before your competitors win the battle for top talent.

The talent supply-and-demand equation has changed the way companies

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Optimizing Organizational Performance Through Executive Coaching

Posted December 2, 2011

William D. Young, Ed.D. SPHR Career Partners International – Tulsa

Historically, Executive Coaching was provided only to the most senior executives (hence the name) and was considered to be a highly confidential matter. With the current emphasis on talent management, coaching, as it is more broadly known, has become one of

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