If you’re new to leading a virtual team, with a dispersed team also new to telecommuting, you will need as many resources as possible to help you succeed in this new mode of being with your colleagues and coordinating work online.
Saba Imru Mathieu
Founding Partner at Leaders Today, Executive Leadership Coach, Senior Coach Trainer, Leadership Development , Intercultural Management, Collective Intelligence
Coaching is not only a skill-set, it’s a leadership style. It’s a hat you can put on when needed and take off when a different leadership approach is needed. In […]
Margaret Parkin has written a wonderful book for coaches, guiding them through the process of using story-telling in their practice. Stories can serve as powerful metaphors of the client’s situation, they may help the client gain new insights and view things from a different perspective.
In this inspiring book, Robert Quinn takes us on an inner journey to reconnect to our sense of purpose and ignite our leadership potential to drive positive change. A great read for leaders who want to re-energize in times of organizational cynicism.
When you get an assignment from your boss, you can use coaching skills and open-ended questions to clarify exactly what they want in terms of end outcome and quality of execution.
Learn about the different ways in which coaching is used inside companies.
En tant que leader, il n’est pas toujours facile d’avoir des conversations constructives avec les employés. En fait, certaines personnes redoutent de s’attaquer aux comportements négatifs, ou d’autre part, […]
As a leader, it’s not always easy to have constructive conversations with employees. In fact, some people dread addressing negative behaviors, or on the other hand, they are stingy about […]
Leaders who coach choose the situation where it is most appropriate to use their coaching skills, for example when they want to help a colleague think things through and come up with their own conclusions.
When someone comes to you with an idea of something they want to do, but they’re still wondering about it, instead of jumping in to give them all sorts of advice, try adopting a coaching posture by asking these 4 questions.