By Manfred F.R. Kets de Vries, Konstantin Korotov, Elizabeth Florent-Treacy, Caroline Rook

Professor Manfred Kets de Vries and his colleagues have helped hundreds of thousands of executives to extend their effectiveness in facing colleagues and consumers, and to refocus their very own specialist and private aspirations. This publication is a quantity of essays on management improvement themes written through lecturers, coaches, and alter specialists. It explores how outstanding leaders and thriving corporations are created through sharing study methodologies and insights, and by way of describing intervention and alter ideas. Drawing upon mammoth examine, this ebook provides the fundamental management types and equips practitioners with instruments for constructing government coaches and dealing with company leaders. This moment version contains new chapters on govt pressure and training around the gender divide.

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The main emphasis of his work and publications is on “below the surface” unconscious factors that cause resistance to change. Anton has worked with chief executives and senior management as a mentor, coach, and organizational consultant in the UK, Scandinavia, Germany, Austria, France, Italy, Spain, and South Africa. Stanislav Shekshnia is Affiliate Professor of Entrepreneurship and Family Enterprise at INSEAD. He spent ten years as a business executive and entrepreneur in France, the USA, Russia, and Central Europe.

Although the “fatal flaw” executive—the one who, despite excellent professional skills, will not make it to the next level unless he or she deals with issues of micromanagement, mistrust, low emotional intelligence, and so on—may benefit from working with a leadership coach, the ideal coaching clients are already quite effective executives. They have not got where they are by accident: they read practitioner business journals, attend top leadership conferences, and take executive education courses.

To put it more precisely, transference is the process by which one person displaces onto another thoughts, ideas, or fantasies that originated with figures of authority encountered very early in an individual’s life. It is a revival or reliving of issues from the past directed toward people in the present. Executives need to understand that the phenomenon of transference is natural and ubiquitous, although we are not always capable of noticing and recognizing it. Transference can erase the psychological boundary between past and present, causing employees and executives alike to replay the “scripts” that they have lived in the past.

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