What general insights and ideas about coaching are reported by leadership participants in my Coaching Master Class program?
Vox-Pop is from the Latin vox populi and refers to popular sentiment or opinion on a subject – in other words, the voice of the people.
In this series of Blog Posts I explore the sentiments and opinions of leadership participants in my Coaching Master Class (CMC) program. What do they think about the main coaching topics we explore together in this program?
In this article I look at some general ideas and insights about coaching as reported by Coaches participating in my CMC program.
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The classic summary of ‘the way we do things around here’ is not always enough for us to challenge and change corporate culture.
Clients regularly talk about ‘…changing culture in the organisation’ as one of the key outcomes of a project.
Behind this deceptively simple statement is a myriad of guides, surveys, benchmarks, information, books, and advice on the topic. Try an internet search and it’s likely that there will be some 50 million hits. In particular, informed and experienced researchers, authors and writers such as Ed Schein, Gert Hofstede, Peter Woolliams and Fons Trompenaars offer various views on changing culture. So against this background there is little doubt that this is a significant topic. And therein lies the challenge…just where do we start?
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