Posts Tagged: leadership

Releasing the Transformational Power of Women in Leadership

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Releasing the Transformational Power of Women in Leadership. Slash that. Unleashing the Power of Women in Leadership. A blog by Edyta Pacuk.   I always feel privileged to be a partner of the Management Research Group (MRG) based in Portland, Maine.  This wonderful group of psychologists and statisticians has kept me on my toes since… Read more »

How to Make Mentoring Work for You – A Mentor’s Perspective

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As a follow-up to our previous blog on Mentoring, this blog will focus on the mentoring relationship from a mentor’s perspective. As previously defined, mentoring consist of a pair of individuals working together in order to achieve specific objectives for skills growth and development. It is meant to be a balanced partnership requiring equal commitment… Read more »

The Competencies Global Leaders Need To Succeed

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The world has become flat again. Most of the organizations today have a global connection, even if they are not a “global” company. This means that leaders need to adapt to a different mindset and a way of leading that comes from the more traditional approach. Of course, the standard competencies hold… but here is… Read more »

Teaching Leaders What to Stop – A Guest Blog by Marshall Goldsmith

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Marshall Goldsmith’s thought-provoking insights on leadership are highly regarded globally, earning him a title as one of the top ten Most-Influential Business Thinkers in the World.  While leaders work on what they need to do more of, what they need to do less of has the tendency to go unaddressed, and thus can hinder their performance and… Read more »

Surprising Developments In The Gender Gap – A Guest Blog by Sherry Cooper

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Often referred to as one of the most influential women in Canada, Dr. Sherry Cooper has a long list of accomplishments to her name, including being the first woman appointed Director of a Bay St. investment firm.  Recently, Dr. Cooper addressed “Surprising Developments in the Gender Gap” on her blog.  Although the gender gap in executive… Read more »

The Amazing Race Challenge – A Guest Blog by the Institute of Management & Innovation at University of Toronto, Mississauga

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Irene Wiecek, a Senior Lecturer in Accounting and Associate Director of the Master of Management & Professional Accounting Program (MMPA) at the University of Toronto, Mississauga’s Institute of Management & Innovation, always believed that the program should not only focus on educating the future Accountants, but preparing the students to enter the workplace as well rounded members of… Read more »

The 70:20:10 Model – A Guest Blog by Phil LeNir

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There is more and more noise surrounding the 70:20:10 model in business. Not only limited to L&D but even in business. We recognize the dire need to engage talent and focus the efforts on development and growth. The discussions about how the model can be adjusted, applied, interpreted and embedded in the existing processes and… Read more »

Leading Knowledge for the Wiki Age – A Guest Blog by Jonathan Gosling

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I am so pleased to post a guest blog from Jonathan Gosling, Professor of Leadership at the University of Exeter. Jonathan, who through CoachingOurselves is one of our Strategic Partners, has always inspired with his forward way of looking at professional and organizational development. In this post he focuses leaving traditional models of educating behind and sharing… Read more »