Managers often talk about having an open door policy. They say that they are approachable and invite people to come to talk to them anytime. But, we still see cases where direct reports rarely stop by to discuss issues and are unable to talk with their managers about work.
The 1st Columbia Coaching Conference was held in Columbia University on October 22 and 23. Over 300 people from 17 different countries attended the event. Professional coaches, people from human resource development, and researchers from universities gathered to exchange new ideas and information on coaching.
COACH A presented its latest coaching findings titled “Systemic Coaching’s Impact on Clients’ Managerial Coaching Skills and Stakeholders’ Engagement in their Work” at the first International Columbia Coaching Program Conference at Columbia University held in New York on October 22-23, 2014. In this newsletter, we will be introducing the details of our latest findings.
I hear it from practically every executive I speak to: the atmosphere at their company is tense, people don't have the time to collaborate, people feel uncertain about the future, decisions are motivated by short-term gains. Doesn't sound like a recipe for growth and innovation does it? More like a recipe for a slow, or maybe not-so-slow, painful decline.