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THE SCIENCE OF LEADERSHIP

Leadership has been practised by mankind since time immemorial and over the years many have attempted to perfect the definition of leadership only to end up even more confused and lost. There is a saying that when something no longer works you should just return to the basics. This article is intended to do just [...]

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Coaching Skills – How to Prepare for a Coaching Session

Coach Murphy shares quick & simple steps to prepare for a coaching session. Proper preparation will lead to a fruitful coaching session for the coach as well as the coachee. Video is a short clip taken at the Gearing Up to High Performance Coaching Success Program in Kuala Lumpur.

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Coaching Skills – 4R Engaged Listening

Coach Murphy explains the 4R of Engaged Listening. Engaged listening is a very essential coaching skill both for the coach as well as the coachee. Video is a short clip taken at the Gearing Up to High Performance Coaching Success Program in Kuala Lumpur.

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Executive Coaching – What Would Your Performance Appraisal Be?

Although you may be the leader of a team, it doesn’t automatically mean that you’re at the top of your game when it comes to leadership skills; that’s where getting a refresher course through executive coaching courses becomes essential for the smooth running of the organization, or department, that you’re in charge of. What do [...]

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Supporting Employee Development

What is Employee Development? Employee Development in layman terms simply means ‘Soft Skills’ Enhancement or Behavioral Growth. To develop an employee is to essentially develop a person to exhibit a positive mentality, attitude and behavior that benefits the individual as well as the organization. Why is Employee Development so Important? It is unfortunate to find so many organizations of [...]

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Coaching and Mentoring. Are they the same?

  There seems to be an ill-defined confusion between coaching and mentoring, both being one-to-one development interventions. A sports coach is quite different from an organizational coach as the former involves more ‘active’ mentoring input than ‘passive’ coaching output. While the organizational coach (like Coach Murphy) focuses purely on ‘passive’ coaching output, a mentor concentrates [...]

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