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Feature Article 
Senior Leadership Transitions: What Makes Them Work and What Causes Them to Fail? by Patricia Wheeler, PhD

What can coaches do to help senior leaders succeed in new roles in today's fast-paced business environment?

Success Story
Entrepreneurship: A Heady Business by Sherry Greenleaf

Transitioning skill sets from a corporate environment to owning and running one's own business takes focus and determination.  Working with business coach Sherry Greenleaf, the Interview Doctor's founder Katherine Burik found her new experiences as CEO one of her most rewarding.

Get the Edge
Job 1 for Leaders: Aligning Rhetoric to Reality by Dr. Albert A. Vicere

If an organization's declared purpose and aspirations are out of synch with its operating environment, if its members experience a culture that is very different from its stated goals, the organization is headed for disaster.

Hot Topic 
How to Benefit from Social Media and Online Marketing by Marilyn McLeod

Regardless of the type of business, economic climate, or the ups and downs of life, it is possible to make forward progress. Drawing on experience as an online marketing specialist, web developer, and small business coach since 1998, the author presents a simple approach to navigating technology and online marketing opportunities.

7 Steps to Success in Business & in Life: During Recession or Recovery
Marilyn McLeod’s 7 Steps is a powerful tool to take an active role in becoming happier and more effective.
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Coaching Great Leaders by Marshall Goldsmith

What techniques do you use to provide recognition? Do you know what works particularly well with your team? Marshall Goldsmith provides some suggestions on providing positive recognition.

Coaching Models for Business Success by Dr. Sunny Stout Rostron

Dr Sunny Stout Rostron continues to investigate coaching models that influence the work of business and executive coaches worldwide. Here she examines the use of the U-process model for coaching individuals and groups.

Based on the Evidence by Dr. Annette Fillery-Travis

Along with professional experience and practice, research is a key component of attaining mastery as a coach. Find out why "problem finding" is so important if you strive to become a Master Coach!

Thriving in Tough Times by Holly G. Green

Getting clear on where you are going is critical to success today. Most of us are faced with more opportunities and filled with more ideas than ever before. And the distractions are greater. Without focus, we are unlikely to achieve any of the goals that we desire.

Leading with Presence by John Baldoni

Companies that invest in leadership development now are more likely to achieve success in the future. John Baldoni explains the concept.

Ask The Expert by Dr. Laurence S. Lyons

Dr. Fink gets a haircut—the rest of us get a lesson in what business coaches and their clients could do, should do, and can do during an economic downturn.

Business Book Summaries 
The Firefly Effect: Build Teams that Capture Creativity and Catapult Results by Kimberly Douglas

What does the ideal organic team look like? The Firefly Effect addresses the key characteristics that compose creative, energetic, and productive teams and discusses practical methods leaders can use to develop their teams into hubs of creative activity.

In Our Next Issue

Dr. Sabine Dembkowski and Fiona Eldridge explore what happens when the private sector meets the public sector. Jeffrey Balash gives us his explanation of why no business or government is sustainable (and how to profit from this).

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