Coaching Across Cultures: New Tools for Leveraging National, Corporate, and Professional Differences
Whether working in another country or bridging corporate and professional boundaries, the demands of global business require new ways of managing and motivating people. Author Philippe Rosinski introduces an innovative form of coaching to meet the demands of today's diverse and international workplace: Coaching Across Cultures: New Toold for Leveraging National, Corporate and Professional Differences. With plenty of real life examples and activities, Rosinski offers new approaches to practical and effective coaching methods to help you push beyond the confines of your own culture's norms when working with clients or coaching a team. Written for coaches, executives, and managers, Coaching Across Cultures demonstrates how one can discover creative solutions to problems and leverage cultural differences, turning powerful ideas into action to facilitate the highest performance possible.
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Integrating the Cultural Dimension
Chapter 3The Cultural Orientations Framework
Chapter 4How to Leverage Our Sense of Power and Responsibility
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