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    [Research Paper] The Leading Role

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    By: Tiffany Manchester

    Executive Coach, UNITED STATES

    Introduction

    A young professional in the spotlight (or celebrity) as stated by Wikipedia, ‘is a person under the age of 23 who has a prominent profile and commands a great degree of public fascination and influence in day-to-day media. The term is synonymous with wealth (commonly denoted as a person with fame and fortune), implied with great popular appeal, prominence in a particular field, and is easily recognized by the general public.
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    [Research Paper] Telling, Teaching or Coaching? Personal development through coaching

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    By:Theresa Custer

    Executive Coach, UNITED STATES

    Telling, Teaching or Coaching

     

    Personal development through coaching

    I have been in the business of managing people for most of my working life, some twenty plus years. A little more than two years ago, I completely changed careers and transitioned to a new role as a leadership coach. I coach leaders at all levels and across a multitude of industries to reinforce the skills and tools they learn in a 12-month leadership training process. I thought this transition would be a slam dunk. I've worked with people for years and always prided myself in being a fairly good manager, establishing relationships and motivating people, so why not coach
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    [Research Paper] The Power of Why…..More Than a Three Letter Word

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    By: Darlene Schindel

    Executive Coach, CANADA

    Introduction

    It’s everywhere, every day, everybody, every job – sadness, fatigue, burnout, frustration, anger, resentment, boredom, lack of engagement, blame, discontent, disappointment, lack of productivity. In general, as a society the problems and challenges we face both in our personal and professional work lives are keeping us from living the life we want, from being happy and feeling fulfilled and charged up about who we are and what we are doing. Some of us may be better off than others, yet in general, we truly are not living to our full potential, in ease, in happiness, joy and abundance. WHY is that? The key may be in that simple three letter word WHY. When you say it, your voice goes up and it becomes not a word but a question.
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    Research Paper: Life Partners Coaching Programme Coaching in Couples Applications

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    By: Oscar Osorio

    Once upon a time Martians and Venusians met, fell in love, and had happy relationships together because they respected and accepted their differences. Then they came to Earth and amnesia set in: they forgot they were from different planets. Extract from the book: Men are from Mars, women are from Venus” by John Gray Introduction The family is the society’s most important organization, although the smallest. And families are built from a couple that assumes the core role of the family. Therefore, if the couple’s relationship goes well, the family goes well, and if the relationship goes bad, the family goes bad. To constitute a couple, both sides should win and should lose.
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    Research Paper: Case Study on Transformation using ICF Competencies

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    By: Rajesh Udhoji

    Executive Coach, India

    Introduction: The application of Coaching theory have different applications depending on the space in which one operates and the individual styles. While, the ICF guidelines respect the individual styles within the ethical guidelines, I have made an effort to use the ICF competencies in the real life situation to bring in the desired transformation in critical resources resulting in larger benefits to the organization. This case study is based on my individual experience and I am humbly making an effort to pen it down in the form of a case study. The name of the organization and the positions described in this case are changed for the sake of brevity to ensure privacy and respect for the individual entities.