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[IOC Conference Report] The Impact of Leaders Becoming Coaches: Insights from Our Practice and Evidence of Generating Co-Creative Dialogues for Organizational Transformation
What Will Be Generated Beyond Your Self-Awareness?
"I am not interested in any promotion." "At my age, coaching will not change anything about me." Whenever I receive these words from any client, I take it as an indicator that I have not established a rapport with that client. What is the reason that client told me this? What are the feelings and values behind these words? What do the work situatio
COACH OF THE MONTH - Keiko Hirano
We would like to introduce one of our global coaches, Keiko Hirano, MCC. She is the first non-US based coach to be honored with the ICF Circle of Distinction Award, which recognizes coaches who have had long-term contributions in shaping the coaching profession around the globe. Keiko is sharing how coaching has influenced her life.
COACH OF THE MONTH - Merci Miglino
We would like to introduce one of our global coaches, @Merci Miglino, MCC. Merci is a very experienced coach and mentor coach in developing coaching approach leaders as well as professional coaches. Merci is sharing how coaching impacts her life.
What Generates Your "Curiosity"?
"I do not mind being coached, but I'm not going to change myself." Tom, the executive of a financial institution, told me at the beginning of our first session. "I have been told that I should listen to others, but to be honest, I do not feel comfortable doing so. I know the business better than the other employees. I never say this out loud, but t
COACH OF THE MONTH - Yoshiyuki Suzuki
This month, we are excited to introduce our CEO - Yoshiyuki Suzuki. He is one of the founding members of COACH A and also one of the pioneer coaches in the market. Yoshiyuki has coached hundreds of CEOs and developed many different systemic coaching projects to support clients in transforming their organizations and cultures. He is an active advo
Engagement Begins with Creating a Space
Engagement means "the willingness of every employee to contribute by understanding the strategies and goals of the company in an appropriate manner and voluntarily exerting his or her abilities". (*1) Most readers understand that engagement has various impacts on corporate performance. Gallup reports that compared to companies with low engagement,
How do We Change the Future After We Understand Each Other's Assumptions?
With spring just around the corner, the season of personnel transition is upon us in Japan. While some are excited about their new roles, others are anxious about building new relationships. Those who experience personnel transitions will be weaving their way through various scenarios ahead. John*, my client, was assigned as the president of a Sing
Do You Have Any Misconception About Coaching？
When you hear the word "coaching", what comes to your mind? I often hear from clients who just started learning coaching, "Coaching is a communication skill that involves listening to the other person and not dismissing what they have to say in order to change their behavior." This is often followed by the comment, "It is very difficult to learn th
What is Dialogue After All?
What is "dialogue" after all? I have been talking about this topic quite often with fellow coaches lately, and even more often than last year. A dialogue is a two-way communication, not a one-way communication. We understand what it means, but the question here is where to go from there. We define "dialogue" as a two-way communication that creates
What Does the Journey of Coaching Bring?
For more than a year and a half, COVID 19 has taken away the freedom of movement from people all over the world, and the number of tourists visiting Japan, which had been on the rise until 2019, has vanished from all over Japan. We have been restricted not only in our travel but also in our daily lives. What have we lost due to the lack of freedom