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CoachX: Jeff Hull on Coaching the Post-Heroic Leader

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2015 Conference Video: Coaching the Impossible: Practical Applications of Kellerman's Leader as a System

Barbara Kellerman has long been known as an expert on leadership. However in recent years, as is evident in her latest books, her thinking about leadership has significantly shifted. She now thinks not in terms of leadership per se - but in terms of the leadership system....

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Coaching the Post-Heroic Leader

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Webinar: From Alpha to Beta: Coaching the Post-Heroic Leader (Resource)

This session provides an overview of an assessment/coaching model designed to help coaches support leaders through the transformational shift from a traditional to a “post-heroic” stance on leadership....

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Coaching Models for Leadership and Optimal Performance

There are many different models employed by coaches worldwide to reap positive results with clients.  However, with most coaching engagements there are at least five distinct stages that are followed, including:

 

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Challenges Associated with Internal Coaching

There are a number of situations, however, in which internal coaching might be preferred, including:

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When to Use an Internal Coach

There are a number of situations, however, in which internal coaching might be preferred, including:

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Internal vs External Coaching

As more and more organizations have discovered the potential positive impact of coaching in a wider variety of professional roles, the challenges and cost involved in expanding the number of coaching engagements with external coaches has led to the rise of internal coaching as a sometimes more cost-effective and scalable alternative....

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Webinar: Coaching Science in Motion: Translating Self-Determination Theory into Coaching Practice with Margaret Moore, MBA and Jeff Hull, PhD

Self-determination theory (SDT), developed by psychologists Ed Deci and Rich Ryan at the University of Rochester over the past 25 years, is now the most respected theory of human motivation, replacing Maslow’s hierarchy of needs.  This webinar, hosted by the IOC leaders, Margaret Moore, MBA, and Jeffrey Hull, PhD, will m...

2014 Conference Video: Coaching Docs: Developing Physician Leaders; Jeffrey Hull, PhD, Kerri Palamara, MD, Jeanine P. Wiener-Kronish, MD, James P. Rathmell, MD and Larry Harmon, PhD

This session discusses highly successful leadership training, coaching, and assessment programs conducted at Massachusetts General Hospital, affiliated with Harvard Medical School, including use of 360 feedback and assessment tools, an ongoing coaching initiative for primary care resients, and a panel of senior physicians who have led and partic...

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