6 Things a Leader Can Learn from Van Gogh – Coaching Blog – Professional Coaching Training


Here at the-Coaching Blog-run by Gerard O’Donovan, our aim is to constantly bring value to those seeking to improve their lives. Therefore we have a policy of publishing articles and materials by guest authors whom we value and appreciate. Today’s guest author is Andrea Szabados (Hungary).

When was the last time you painted an honest self-portrait? Either with a brush or in words, with a pen, using the feedback received from others?
http://www.coaching-blog.com/6-things-leader-can-learn-van-gogh/

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How to Coach Confidence in the 21st Century Leader


Here at the-Coaching Blog run by Gerard O’Donovan, our aim is to constantly bring value to those seeking to improve their lives. Therefore we have a policy of publishing articles and materials by guest authors whom we value and appreciate. Today’s guest author is Karen Keller Ph.D. (USA).
http://www.coaching-blog.com/coach-confidence-21st-century-leader/

Distinguish Yourself as a Leader, Not a Boss – Coaching Blog – Professional Coaching Training


Here at the-Coaching Blog-run by Gerard O’Donovan, our aim is to constantly bring value to those seeking to improve their lives. Therefore we have a policy of publishing articles and materials by guest authors whom we value and appreciate. Today’s guest author is Rosana Nedelciu (Romania).

People are eager to find out about how-to recipes and success pills. And are eager to reach the top quickly, just to see that they have thousands of followers who admire their leadership qualities – but secretly envying them, to be invited as speakers where they can talk about their success, to show their worth to as many as possible and even impact the entire world… that one forget success is not a destination, but the journey itself.
http://www.coaching-blog.com/distinguish-leader-not-boss/

The Leader as Gardener – Coaching Blog – Professional Coaching Training


The art of the good gardener lies in his ability to learn and appreciate natural growth processes. The shift in our understanding of organisations since the days when engineers analysed organisations as they analysed machines for their efficiency is to understand that organisations are fundamentally living systems of human beings.
http://www.coaching-blog.com/the-leader-as-gardener/