Coaching virtually

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Coaching virtually

This is the third in a series of articles from Claudia Filsinger, Executive Coach with the Executive Coaching Consultancy looking at how managers can coach successfully remotely and across cultures.  This article considers the definitions of virtual coaching, followed by a literature review with the purpose of establishing the skills requirements for remote Manager-as-Coaches.

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Coaching across cultures

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Coaching across cultures

This article is the second in a series from Claudia Filsinger, Executive Coach with the Executive Coaching Consultancy looking at how managers can coach successfully remotely and across cultures.  It reviews and evaluates the relevant learnings from cross-cultural coaching practice.

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Manager-as-coach

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Manager-as-coach

This article, the first in a series from Claudia Filsinger, Executive Coach with the Executive Coaching Consultancy looking at how managers can coach successfully remotely and across cultures, explores some of the benefits and complexities relating to managerial coaching in organisations. 

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A workforce strategy for UK PLC

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A workforce strategy for UK PLC

How are we thinking about who does what work, where? How are we recruiting the right people into the right areas of our national business? How can we retain the talent and knowledge we desperately need? Richard Goff, Partner at Archipelago connections considers these questions and discusses the idea of a national workforce strategy. 

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Generational pick and mix

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Generational pick and mix

There are up to five generations in the workplace for the first time; Traditionalists, Baby Boomers, Generation X, Generation Y and Generation Z.  This article from Rachel Brushfield of Energise, explores generational differences and considers the implications on organisations. 

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Japan's demographic dilemma

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Japan's demographic dilemma

In the third of our series of articles looking at how different countries in the APAC region are responding to the changing world of work, Abi Frederick of Lewis Silkin,  focuses on the demographic dilemma facing Japan and offers a comparison to the situation in the UK and across Europe. 

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Is the great wall of workplace sex discrimination crumbling down?

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Is the great wall of workplace sex discrimination crumbling down?

Claims of sex discrimination in China are low, despite the high level of discrimination and inequality experienced in the office.  In the second of a series of articles looking at how different APAC countries are responding to the changing world of work, Scott Anderson of Lewis Silkin, explores the reasons for the low number of sex discrimination claims in China and how this may change in the future. 

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HR storytelling in times of change

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HR storytelling in times of change

Being prepared for organisational change brought about by future challenges in the workplace is more important than ever.  This article from WDI Consulting Limited explores how storytelling and embracing employee activism can play an important part in helping HR to manage change to bring about positive results.

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A Korean perspective on the changing world of work

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A Korean perspective on the changing world of work

What can the UK learn from Korea's perspective on the changing world of work?  What are the differences in our productivity and employment levels?  How are employment law reforms helping to solve issues such as the ageing population and the gender pay gap?  This article by James Davies of Lewis Silkin offers an insight. 

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