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Coaching New Leaders Part 2: Stakeholders

Jerry Murphy is guest blogger of a series of six posts focused on coaching new leaders. The series will run consecutively. Read about Jerry below. One of a manager’s most challenging and rewarding situations is working with someone who is becoming a manager herself—either a first-time manager or taking on a new leadership position. In […]

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Six Hats for All the Thinking Angles

This guest post is by Jane Perdue, founder of Braithwaite Innovation Group and a leadership and women’s issues consultant. Jane is @thehrgoddess on Twitter and can also be found doing elearning at Get Your BIG On. Managers and executive coaches can benefit from the six hat thinking model in formulating questions around a coaching challenge. […]

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Is coaching SMART?

Guest blogger: Jerry Murphy Since the economic crisis shook the earth a few years ago, organizations and the people in them have had to shift gears in confronting almost daily challenges and uncertainty. Managers and executives have found themselves not only dealing with transitions, new assignments, and fewer supports…but also increasing performance expectations. Faced with […]

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