WHY YOU SHOULD NOT HIRE AN EXECUTIVE COACH

Reading time: 4 minutes Having a (personal) (executive) Coach nowadays is more popular than ever. Where executive Coaches in the past were mainly employed in situations where “issues needed to be solved”, today there is the general benefit of having a personal executive Coach. An objective sounding board in a world where there are more… Continue reading WHY YOU SHOULD NOT HIRE AN EXECUTIVE COACH

FROM LEADERSHIP TO EFFECTIVE MANAGEMENT

Reading time: 3 minutes A recent and extensive, maybe I’d better say raging discussion about the difference between Leadership and Management in one of my LinkedIn groups, made me think about the expiration date of this 1977 theory started by Harvard Business School professor Abraham Zaleznik, and later on the ideas of professor John Kotter,… Continue reading FROM LEADERSHIP TO EFFECTIVE MANAGEMENT