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It is a Nightmare to Coach Leaders
David Wang, Manager, China, Member
Learning to shift among different leadership styles is a nightmare for both Leaders and HR Practitioners.
- For Leaders, it is a tough and long process to carefully control their emotions, gradually change their behaviors, and patiently expect that someday it will become their basic assumption. Especially in the situation when there are many excuses for quiting.
- For HR Practitioners, many of them know the concepts and theories of leadership, while few of them really played as a leader. They don't have many value in coaching the leaders to be successful leaders.
Leaders believe that they made achievements in their styles before. Why should they change their styles right now just because HR practitioners are saying so?
 

 
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David Matear, Management Consultant, United Arab Emirates, Member
Hi David, I think the main drive behind development of EI and additional leadership styles is to become a more effective leader. Coaching or Mentoring is an essential part of the intentional model of learning, which leads to sustainable improvement over time. Although I think HR should be a part of the process, the leadership program should be led by the CEO for successful implementation at all organizational levels.
 

     
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