Posts in Org CC
Applying my management ethos and building high quality teams in Cybersecurity by Bill Hau (guest)

I’ve honed my style of management working in mature organizations, major cybersecurity firms, startups, and smaller companies. The pool for cybersecurity experts is already quite small, and building a team of high-quality talents who are both intrinsically motivated and technically competent means I must tailor my leadership style to work with each of them.

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Experiencing the added value of coaching from within an organisation by Syeda Noor-ul-ain Yousaf (Guest)

Before becoming a coach and feeling the magic myself, I would never have called somebody in case of a problem. I would have kept thinking through the pros and cons of different ideas and evaluating them myself.

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How sustainability leadership is redefining individual liberty: a new context for executive coaching by Geoffrey Ahern

Championing both individual liberty − as we do in coaching − and the sustainability vision are in conflict in the world today. There are signs that they could move ahead together, but that this would require a radical redefinition of what it means to be free!

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How Actual Practice Informs Appreciation of the Complex Challenges in Effective Team Coaching by Sue Young

I am increasingly asked to do more team coaching, in addition to one to one coaching just by itself. I felt it would be an interesting time to take stock of my approach and review the underpinning principles / values I practice in my team coaching. 

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