Tag: coaching

But My Clients…

You As Team Coach Going beyond the surface to create coaching partnerships “But my clients…” All too often I hear this refrain from coach practitioners who are engaged by organizations to partner with leaders and teams as an explanation for not coaching. The sentence is finished in a variety of ways: “But my clients say […]

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You As Team Coach

  You As Team Coach This article was written by Pam Van Dyke, PhD, PCC and originally appeared in choice, the magazine of professional coaching. Coaching teams in today’s corporations As organizations have become more and more knowledgeable about coaching, they have become more involved in the what, who and how of coaching. This change […]

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Expert Series: Power, Privilege, Rank and Culture: What Difference Does Difference Make? – Part 3

In this third article in our series, we turn our attention to the presence and impact of rank and culture on coaching. Rank is a relative position, standing, or station that a group is granted in a social hierarchy.  Rank is socially assigned, not individually chosen. Like other dynamics we have discussed in this series, […]

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Expert Series: Power, Privilege, Rank and Culture: What Difference Does Difference Make? – Part 2

QUICK LINKS: – Content for Coaches and Consultants – ThoughtAction LLC – Adonai Business Solutions – choice Magazine In this second article in our series, we explore the dynamics of power and privilege and their impact on coaching. Power (or power-over) is the perceived or actual possession of control, authority, strength or influence over self and/or others.  We […]

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Expert Series: Power, Privilege, Rank and Culture: What Difference Does Difference Make? – Part 1

QUICK LINKS: – Impact Coaching Academy – Library of Professional Coaching – ThoughtAction LLC – choice Magazine Diversity.  Inclusion.  Equity.   Do the words empower you?  Do they make you feel overwhelmed?  Like jumping in and rolling up your sleeves?  Or do they seem to be saccharine-ized versions of issues that you are passionate about? What about […]

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