Leadership Development Roundtable Challenge

A Coaching Dilemma – Results of August Leadership Development Roundtable Challenge

August 24, 2011

The results of the voting for the latest roundtable are now up at Mary Jo Asmus’ blog. Mary Jo offered us a challenge related to the hiring of a business coach: what should the coach do when the person being coached “falls off the [coaching] wagon”? See what fellow roundtable bloggers Art Petty, Dan McCarthy, […]

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Coaching Dilemma and HR Carnival- August 2011

August 19, 2011

Hello, People Equation readers! While I was away this week enjoying the amazing beauty of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula and Mackinac Island, there were two interesting blog happenings related to talent management that I thought you’d like to know about. What Would You Do? First, Mary Jo Asmus posted the August Leadership Development Roundtable Challenge on […]

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July Leadership Development Challenge – A Healthy Debate

July 21, 2011

It’s the second month of the Leadership Development Roundtable Challenge and things are starting to get interesting, thanks to a compelling and nuanced case study offered by Art Petty. Art presented us with what he calls the “Brilliant Problem Child” case study. The case inspired vigorous debate, which is the hallmark of a well-written scenario. […]

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July Leadership Development Roundtable Challenge

July 13, 2011

We’re in the second month of Dan McCarthy’s new leadership blogging brainchild, The Leadership Development Roundtable Challenge. Each month, a group of leadership bloggers give their advice on how to handle a dicey leadership development dilemma. This month’s host is Art Petty and he’s served up a dilemma worthy of debate: “What price, brilliance?” Go on […]

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