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Alignment Coaching: The Missing Element in Business Coaching

J Lazar, W Bergquist The International Journal of Coaching in Organizations 2003

Most business-based coaching concerns one of two critical junctures in the life of a manager: decision-making and performance. Yet, there is a third form of coaching in a business setting that can be quite beneficial. This form of coaching is called “alignment coaching.” This third type of business coaching is explored in this article thr...

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Contextual Coaching in Organizational Change or Seeing the Water We’re Swimming In!

M Taylor, J Westeinde International Journal of Coaching in Organizations 2004

In this article, Taylor and Westeinde relate distinctive coaching approaches to an evolving landscape of demands for organizational change that continue to shape what we do as leadership coaches. Taking leadership (in contrast to custodial-oriented management) to be "the process of creating change to obtain results,"* the authors review k...

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The Enneagram and Executive Coaching: Engaging an Appreciative Perspective to Enrich the Use of Enneagram Wisdom

W Bergquist, M Goldberg International Journal of Coaching in Organizations 2005

The Enneagram is becoming very popular. Those who use the Enneagram as a training, counseling, or consulting tool are finding that it can be of great value with regard to the insights they can provide to the people with whom they are working. They can also often make a living as Enneagram interpreters, charging impressive fees for the wor...

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Close to the Heart: Coaching Entrepreneurs in Closely Held Enterprises

W Bergquist, S Boland International Journal of Coaching in Organizations 2005

Based on their own work with entrepreneurs, particularly in closely held enterprises, Bergquist and Boland have come to an important conclusion: organizational coaches can play an important role in assisting entrepreneurs to meet a set of distinctive challenges associated with leadership in closely held enterprises. In this article, Bergq...

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Behaviorally Based Coaching: A Cross-Cultural Case Study

D Noer International Journal of Coaching in Organizations 2005

This article is a case study that uses an action research model to report on a multi-dimensional six-year organizational case study involving a large Middle-Eastern energy company. It articulates the unique challenges of establishing an authentic coaching relationship in a culture with values and perspectives different than those of the c...

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Coaching for Connection in Complexity: Leaping the Cultural Chasm

M Taylor International Journal of Coaching in Organizations 2006

Brian Pelchat describes complex social, leadership, intercultural and political challenges in the wider context of the natural environmental imperatives. He is situated as the head of a territorial government department, his employer being the most powerful player in a relatively new multi-organizational system charged with delivering spe...

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Coaching and the Societal Unconscious: New Perspectives on Organizational Coaching and the Questions to be Addressed by Leaders

V Foley, W Bergquist International Journal of Coaching in Organizations 2009

The authors offer two case studies that illustrate the powerful role played by deeply-embedded societal values that are often religions in origin. Foley and Bergquist have used the social analyses offered by Max Weber about the Protestant ethic and capitalism to create a link between the personal conscious (business practices) and persona...

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Supporting the Alignment of Women Executives with their Stated Values

S Maher International Journal of Coaching in Organizations 2009

Women executives are aligning their work and home lives with their values in substantial numbers. Interviews with women executives found that they fell into four categories based on their level of alignment: Traditional, Aspirational, Transitional, or Aligned. Alignment coaching can support executives in each of these groups in articulati...

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