Posts tagged leaders
How Coaching expands and enhances Leaders’ capacity by Maria Biquet

As a Coach I work with high level Executives and Entrepreneurs in developing their skills, abilities and behaviors to match the complex requirements of their roles. Developing a person is a highly demanding and very revealing process for both the Coach and the Coachee.

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Delivering coaching workshops for groups of tech entrepreneurs by Katy Tuncer

Recently I have launched group coaching workshops, building on successful pilots in 2017. My core role remains as a Business/CEO coach, normally one-on-one, and I work extensively with senior leaders in the tech industry in Cambridge, UK – both on the investor side – Angels, VCs – and portfolio company CEOs and/or Founders. 

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WHERE CORPORATE CULTURE LIVES The Competitive Advantage of Empathy by Dr. Lucille Maddalena

Every day corporate leaders announce plans that will revolutionize their organization, move them forward and provide the environment to successfully take on more challenging work.  The process can be likened to a business owner at the turn-of-the 20th century writing his hopes and dreams for the company on 

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Soaring to a wider attention span again – freeing up strongly focussed leaders by Laurent Terseur

I often work with strongly focused leaders, who operate in intense, highly competitive contexts and within very powerful organisational cultures. They are strong achievers, hold high standards and are usually incredibly skilled when it comes to observing, analysing, processing and coming up with powerful ideas.

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“Making sense of how we define a coaching approach – Part 3 : differentiating leaders taking a coaching approach from internal coaches” by Doug Montgomery and Laurent Terseur

In our first two blogs of this mini series we explored what it took for us as former leaders and managers to expand our existing range of styles by adding a more coaching approach, and shared what we felt were the related benefits and challenges that may be of value to others. 

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