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N.C. State University: Partnering to Develop Young Leaders

Read a case study about a leadership development partnership between CCL & North Carolina State University’s Caldwell Fellows Program.

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Retaining Talent by Building a More Trusting Culture

Learn how CCL partnered with a financial services company to develop a common leadership language and build a more collaborative, trusting culture.

Tactics for Leading Across Generations
Tactics for Leading Across Generations

Leading multigenerational teams? The so-called “generation gap in the workplace” is mostly based on stereotypes, not facts. Get our tactics for leading across generations.

The 6 Essential Principles of Effective Leadership Coaching
The 6 Essential Principles of Leadership Coaching

Are you comfortable coaching others? Learn 6 principles of leadership coaching, applicable for both an executive coach or a coach within the organization.

The Best Leaders Always Ask These Leadership Questions
The Best Leaders Always Ask These Questions

Effective leaders are humble, curious, and good listeners. Ask yourself and your teams these leadership questions to cut through complexity and really understand the issues.

The Dynamics of Team Coaching - What is Team Coaching?
The Dynamics of Team Coaching

Leadership coaching doesn’t have to be a one-on-one process. So what is team coaching? Learn the dynamics of team coaching and how to be a team coach with these tips.

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The Future of Corporate Coaching: Guiding Leaders Through Organization-Wide Transformation in a Digitally Accelerated World

We surveyed leaders from a range of industries about their expectations for the future of coaching and compiled our insights on the changing landscape of corporate coaching.

The Nuances of Coaching for Change vs. Coaching for Development
The Nuances of Coaching for Change vs. Coaching for Development

Most change-management ventures fail. Coaching can help, but it’s essential to differentiate the use of coaching for development from coaching for change.

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Transforming K-12 Education Through Leadership Development

Learn about how Ravenscroft collaborated with the Center for Creative Leadership to develop a program to foster leadership skills in the entire school community, including students.

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Truth & Courage: Develop Conversational Skills to Implement a Coaching Culture

In the absence of a coaching culture, the truth often goes unspoken; change only happens when a crisis takes place; and courage is a rare quality. Develop conversational skills across your organization to scale a coaching culture and promote truth and courage.

Use Active Listening to Coach Others
Use Active Listening Skills to Coach Others

You don’t have to be a coach to use these 6 active listening techniques. Go beyond active listening and truly listen to understand, turning a casual chat into a coaching conversation.

Use Situation-Behavior-Impact (SBI)™ to Understand Intent
Use Situation-Behavior-Impact (SBI)™ to Understand Intent

Want to give more effective feedback? Learn how to use our SBI feedback model to close the gap between a person’s intentions and the impact of their behavior.

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Using Gender Diversity as a Lever for Operational Excellence, Global Growth, and Innovation

Learn how Ingersoll Rand partnered with CCL to broaden and strengthen the gender diversity of the company’s global team to improve retention and business performance.

What It Takes to Coach Your People
What It Takes to Coach Your People

Leaders are often held accountable for developing others, but may not know how to do it well. Use these 4 skills to understand how to have a coaching conversation with your people and coach your people more effectively.

What's Reverse Mentoring, and How Can It Help Me?
What’s Reverse Mentoring, and How Can It Help Me?

The Internet age calls for a new type of mentoring, where the classic senior-junior duo is turned on its head. Here’s how reverse mentoring can help you and organizations.

Why (and How) to Confront Problem Employees
Why (and How) to Confront Problem Employees

Have a difficult colleague? Confrontation may seem scary, but when done correctly, it leads to positive outcomes for everyone involved. Here’s how to get the best results.

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