The Routledge Companion to International Business Coaching

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Michel Moral, Geoffrey Abbott
Taylor & Francis, Dec 23, 2008 - Business & Economics - 392 pages
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An effective coach can help the business leader make sense of the challenges and complexities of modern international business, unlocking the potential of both leader and organization. This important new Handbook offers the first comprehensive and detailed introduction to the theory and practice of international business coaching, drawing on the very latest academic research, as well as real-world examples of international best practice.

This book provides practitioners and students with an innovative theoretical framework, which extends existing coaching models to place coaching within cultural, organizational and group-team contexts. Contributors from around the world explore different perspectives and practices and offer practical tools to apply the theories and models to the real-life business context.

The Routledge Companion to International Business Coaching is essential reading for all trainee business coaches, all students of coaching theory and method, and for all business leaders looking to understand better the role of the modern business coach.

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Michel Moral PhD is an executive coach, author, lecturer, coach-trainer and coach-supervisor. He teaches coaching and intercultural management at University of Paris VIII, France. He also has his own consulting and coaching practice.

Geoffrey Abbott PhD is an educator and consultant in international business coaching and leadership. Geoff runs public and corporate seminars in international business coaching as Director of the Centre for International Business Coaching (his consulting business). His executive experience is in corporate strategy. He is based in Brisbane, Australia with the Business School of the Queensland University of Technology where he teaches various programs relating to leadership, coaching and systems thinking.

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