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Leader as Coach: Developing a Coaching Culture

By Lee Hecht Harrison on January 15, 2015

Is your organization using its own leaders as a resource for developing emerging and future leaders? Through the transfer of internal knowledge, skills and behaviors, companies leverage their own leaders as coaches to support the development of new leaders. The key is in developing a “coaching culture” as part of your leadership development strategy, mobilizing the inherent leadership skills in employees at all levels.

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Why Female Managers Drive Greater Employee Engagement

By James Greenway on November 13, 2014

Who’s better at engaging their employees—men or women? Does gender make a difference in manager effectiveness? A new Gallup study identifies key areas where female managers excel, but really these characteristics are the hallmarks of great managers regardless of gender. Learn three ways female managers are outperforming their male counterparts.

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Five Steps for Helping Employees Develop Personal Resilience

By Lee Hecht Harrison on October 14, 2014

Organization change announcements often require working in uncertainty for extended periods of time while decisions are being made. If employees lack resilience, engagement and productivity plummet and retention slips as the best talent moves on. How do you ensure employees can bounce back and not only survive, but thrive?

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5 Ways to Inspire and Motivate Your Employees

By Lee Hecht Harrison on August 26, 2014

While many successful leaders know how to handle the nuts and bolts of a business, they may fall short in inspiring and motivating their workforce to greatness. As John Quincy Adams, our sixth President, said, “If your actions inspire others to dream more, learn more, do more and become more, you are a leader.”

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