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Mar

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XIV. The Enactment of Generativity Two: Legacy and Leadership

William Bergquist and Gary Quehl In preparing most of our essays in Caring Deeply, we have turned to our own research findings about Generativity Two, relying primarily on the 100 interviews that we conducted with Emerging and Senior Sage leaders in Western Nevada County California. In later essay, we will review some of the analyses […]

17
Feb

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West Point: Teaching Leadership Through Interdisciplinary Education

On service of further considering the idea of coaching as a multidisciplinary profession, here are some reflections on the components of the courses at West Point that built different perspectives and abilities in my work as a coach. When I entered the United States Military Academy at West Point in the summer of 1986, the […]

28
Jan

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A Sample Chapter: The Discomfort Zone: How Leaders Turn Difficult Conversations Into Breakthroughs by Dr. Marcia Reynolds

Introduction What Is Good about Discomfort? The Discomfort Zone is the moment of uncertainty when people are most open to learning. On the day I resigned from my last corporate position, one of the vice presidents came into my office and said, “You can’t go. Who will I talk to?” I recalled our first heated […]

27
Jan

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Ways for Females to Cope with Diversity in the Workplace

The most progressive companies are promoting gender and diversity intelligence because it can transform an individual, a group as well as an entire organization. The most progressive companies are promoting gender and diversity intelligence because it can transform an individual, a group as well as an entire organization. An inclusive environment provides a platform for […]

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