Executive coaching and the new world of organizational life
Theme: Executive coaching and the new world of organizational life
Given the enduring pandemic impact to organizations (hybrid work, remote teams, remote leaders, The Great Resignation, global economic impacts, supply chain disruptions, labor shortages, etc) what does the profession of coaching need to provide in the future?
Organizational Changes and Executive Coaching
Video recording of report on findings from the survey regarding Organizational Changes and Implications for Executive Coaching. Click on link associated with Organizational Change title.
One of the topics aligned with this theme is organizational transformation.
Here are links to essays in the Library of Professional Coaching (LPC) related to this topic:
Change Agents, Team Coaching and Organizational Transformation
G.R.A.C.E. at work: a model of transformational workplace relationships
Coaching for Sustainable Transformation
Note: the entire LPC digital magazine, called Transformation: A Road Map, focuses on this topic. It is edited by Charles Smith.
Here are links in the Library of Professional Psychology to essays that are related to this topic:
Tending the Fires of 21st Century Organizations
From the Library of Professional Coaching
The VUCA Plus Challenge of Covid-Related Expertise: Dancing on a Moving and Warped Plane
From the Library of Professional Psychology
The Postmodern Challenge: Troubling Ambiguity with Shifting Boundaries and Multiple Roles
Leading into the Future: Holding the Center While Innovating and Opening Boundaries
Multiple Moments of Positivity in the Workplace: Organizational Culture and Strategy
The Challenge of Expertise
Recently, attention has been directed to the challenge associated with the role played by experts and expertise in contemporary organizations (as well as contemporary societies). Here are links to several essays in the Library of Professional Psychology that addressing this emerging and critical issue:
In Search of Truth I: Hubris and Narcissism
- Posted by Bill Bergquist
- On November 16, 2021
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