Great leadership is a balancing act. Here are five critical harmonies great leaders manage to achieve that really stand out.
This interview with David Ehrmann – an Executive Coach with AIIR Consulting – was conducted and condensed by Candice Henderson.
Like this humming bird that visited me in Delaware a couple of weeks ago, leaders today are trying to find their “sweet-spot” while moving fast to keep up with the daily demands. Increasingly the role of a leader has become more complex as they manage internal and external resources and keeping “air born” takes new skills and behaviors.
While much has been said about the significance of the coaching relationship, less is known about what factors predict and maintain a successful, enduring coaching relationship. Is it likeability, common interests, expert influence, or an ICF certification? If the quality of the coaching relationship is so highly correlated with coaching outcome, the answer to this question should be the leading criteria for selecting an executive coach.