Looking after yourself or egocentrism? by Sophie Audubert-Todorovic

Looking after yourself or egocentrism? by Sophie Audubert-Todorovic

Today, at the different levels of an organization, in global business environment, the values of cooperation, collaboration, sharing, listening and empathy are spread, as if it was essential to put forward the right way “to care about others”, particularly in a management position. To create a quality of work life, people insist on caring skills. And it is for sure legitimate, as it has been widely proved by various schools of thoughts, from sociology to neurosciences. Read more

“Effective coaching is often a matter of challenging assumptions, and the biggest assumptions often reside in the mind of the person being coached”, says John Baldoni.

The Harvard Business Review (HBR) has just published an article shedding good light on how to work best with an executive coach, from a customer’s perspective. This research article explains at length how to « make sure you get the most out of the experience » since working with a coach « can be a large investment of time and money ».

Read more