Tag Archives: Harvard Business Review

What CEOs Really Want from Coaching

Professional athletes understand the value of a coach.  The coach helps you improve your game. And yet, some many business folks go it alone. #businesscoaching #executivecoaching #CEOCoaching

The key takeaway for CEOs and boards is that seeking out a coach or advisor is not a sign of a fundamental problem or weakness, but instead a key attribute of being a superior leader. For boards and other stakeholders, they should understand that it could help make the difference between a good organization and a visionary one.

Research: What CEOs Really Want from Coaching

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Creating the Best Company

Creating the Best Workplace on Earth – Harvard Business Review

Suppose you want to design the best company on earth to work for. What would it be like? For three years we’ve been investigating this question by asking hundreds of executives in surveys and in seminars all over the world to describe their ideal organization. This mission arose from our research into the relationship between authenticity and effective leadership. Simply put, people will not follow a leader they feel is inauthentic. But the executives we questioned made it clear that to be authentic, they needed to work for an authentic organization.

Business management magazine, blogs, case studies, articles, books, and webinars from Harvard Business Review, addressing today’s topics and challenges in business management.

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Happy People Have The Hardest Jobs

Why The Happiest People Have The Hardest Jobs | Fast Company | Business + Innovation

A meaningful, happiness-generating career, then, will include a sense of engagement–or even devotion–to the work one does. And while engagement is a predictor of success on a global level, less than half of American workers have it. #career #jobs

Happiness is not about working the hardest it’s about having the most challenging work. Harvard prof Rosabeth Moss Kanter explains.


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