Having a clear, well-defined purpose is not merely a matter of putting down a few well-chosen, pleasant-sounding words on paper. As these highly successful companies demonstrate, a clearly defined purpose, is a critical factor to success.
What if one was prepared to see things slightly differently and to recognise that in any organisation, if there are people, there will inevitably be relationships and dynamics?
Organisations winning the war for talent use a structured approach to develop and retain talent, ensuring they successfully integrate into the new role.
If business leaders today are to avoid the tyranny of the short-term, induced by market imperatives and new technologies, it is ever more relevant to look deep inside ourselves to redefine our criteria for a successful life.
You are in survival mode when urgency is the constant and calmness the rare variable. Your goal is to avoid a crisis day. You let people down, you overpromise. Stress is overwhelming, the margin for error is zero. What is the real reason why you stand up in the morning?
I am sure that every coach has come across some “difficult” clients. Coaching these types is challenging and requires each coach to adapt their coaching style to the client’s personality type.
Regardless of the personality type, the coach should still follow the basic steps…
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