7 results for tag: Anna Gallotti


Learning to Live With Our Biases

We are not usually aware of our biases I once attended an on line conference with the examiners of my coaching association, the International Coach Federation, aimed at harmonizing the ratings of the coaching certification exams. Each oral exam is recorded; ...
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Why Does Collaboration Require Our Full Awareness?

I have recently had the opportunity of coaching an executive team facing strong tensions caused by their market problems and by an important change in company strategy. As is often the case in my interventions, the objective was to quash silos so as to ...
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How to Become an Inclusive Leader

Tolerance is at the root of inclusion, since a leader who is open to others, will be more likely to include different points of view in order to make the best decision at the right time. In today’s complex and high-speed world, leaders have to face a ...
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Take the Example From Carl Jung

This summer, I read Carl Gustav Jung's book Memories, Dreams, Reflections in which the famous Swiss psychiatrist, who at the time was 83 years old, recounts his inner life, his soul's journey from early childhood up to the time he wrote this book. It is a ...
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Paradoxes of Change

Summer vacation often bring moments of relaxation that enable us to step back and take a break, to clear our thinking, refresh our ideas, take the time to examine certain situations from another angle. If you are among those who have chosen this option, I ...
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The Benefits and Impact of Coaching

This article focuses on the ROI (Return On Investment) of coaching for the coachee, his manager and ultimately, the company.  We shall explore the benefits of coaching by means of data collected from various studies, the calculation of returns on investment, ...
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Stick to Your Resolutions

This month, I would like to recommend an article written by my colleague and friend Maryvonne Lorenzen, with whom I co-authored the book Make the Right Choices. It is an in-depth analysis of a problem that often comes up in coaching: “Why am I unable to ...
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