Coaches work with leaders to see possibilities, figure out where resistance might appear and find ways to overcome it. In this way, coaches can play an essential role in leading change. To make change happen, everyone has to confront its scariness.
Executives have little choice but to push forward. For newly minted executives, pressure to perform is high, but the behaviors that earned them a promotion may not help them succeed in their new role. What to do when their old behaviors don't work well?
Global executive search firm DHR International has expanded the offerings of Elevate Partners, its advisory services line of business, to meet today's evolving business needs.
One of the key strengths of Career Partners International (CPI) is the unique combination of a global presence with local Partners serving as experts in their own Markets. We are pleased to announce two of our Partners are expanding their footprint.
While it can be hard to measure the ROI of executive coaching, the benefits are many — ranging from improved productivity and decision-making to improved retention and engagement of the leader and his or her team members.
Reaching the top of an organization doesn’t necessarily mean someone is prepared and skilled for the job. What do learning and development leaders need to know about executive leadership and the training required for senior leaders to be successful?
Keystone Partners ("Keystone"), a portfolio company of Silver Oak Services Partners LLC, announced that is has acquired the career transition and leadership development business operations from Chicago-based Kensington International, Inc. ("Kensington").
Declare, a premier leadership platform transforming how women learn, work and succeed announced today two new offerings designed to serve women in senior leadership positions: Executive Pods and a partnership with theBoardlist.
Any leadership training and development initiative would be incomplete without guidance on executive presence. Executive presence is less about a leader’s performance than about the signals that leader conveys through his or her daily interactions.