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  • I would like to let you know that the results of recent survey on executive coaching from Stanford University were announced. This research reveals what type of leadership advice CEOs and their top executives are/(aren't) receiving to improve their skills. I got some core messages from this survey. However the ones that attract my attention are;

    1. Even though nearly 100% of CEOs responded in this study confirm that they really enjoy receiving the process of coaching, just one-third of CEOs receive coaching from outside coaches and consultants. So one may conclude that CEOs still tend to have all answers and go it alone.

    2. Whereas board of directors keep their focus on succession planning and expect their CEOs to work on developing internal talent and sharing leadership, CEOs responded in this survey tend to see their top three areas of interests as: a) conflict management skills, (b) listening skills, and (c) communication skills.

  • I just came back from presenting my article (What Project Managers Need to Know when They Deal with Diversity) at 27th IPMA (International Project Management Association) World Congress 2013 which was held between 29/09-03/10, 2013 in Dubrovnik. My full article has taken place under the professional papers in proceedings.


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