What Are Predictors of Career Success? ‹ http://coachfederation.org/blog

What determines the probable future career success of individuals? Intelligence? Technical knowledge and skills? Socio-economic background? Educational success? Are the forces that make success like the same for Generations X and Y compared to the Baby Boom Generation? Theses questions have been asked and researched extensively by recruiters, talent management experts and human behavior researches in the past decade. What have been the answers?

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Sept principes pour penser autrement sa vision au travail

Sept principes pour penser autrement sa vision au travail

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En m’inspirant des secrets d’innovation de Steve Jobs, voici sept points de référence concoctés à partir desquels interroger votre vie professionnelle. Et, possiblement, lui procurer un vent de fraîcheur en ce début de nouvelle année.

Sept principes pour penser autrement sa vision au travail – CarrièreParachute Carrière.

Research: What CEOs Really Want from Coaching – Gretchen Gavett – Harvard Business Review

CEOs say the area they most want to develop is in conflict resolution. Why?

Conflict management is critical in the CEO role — just about anything that gets to the CEO’s desk has an element of pleasing someone and making someone else unhappy. When the CEO avoids conflict, it can shut down the whole organization: decisions are not made and problems fester, creating a domino effect of unproductive behaviors down the ladder. A CEO who can manage and channel conflict in a constructive way can get to the root of issues, apply rigor to the team’s thinking, and, ultimately drive the best outcomes. So cultivating this skill can be a powerful tool to help the entire organization.

viaResearch: What CEOs Really Want from Coaching – Gretchen Gavett – Harvard Business Review.