This interview with Ren Wiebe – an Executive Coach with AIIR Consulting – was conducted and condensed by Brianna Rafferty.
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About Jonathan Kirschner
Jonathan Kirschner is the founder and CEO of AIIR Consulting. He is based in the Philadelphia area. As a business psychologist, coach, entrepreneur and technologist, Jonathan is passionate about creating value for leaders, their teams, and their organizations.
AIIR Consulting is proud to welcome three new executive coaches to the AIIR Global Coaching Alliance – Dr. Marsha King, Dr. Terry Galvin, and Ianna Raim. Together, these coaches contribute over 6 decades of experience to an already seasoned team. We look forward to sharing their expertise with our clients as a part of an expanding team dedicated to innovation, partnership, and the delivery of client excellence.
This interview with Dr. Marsha King – an Executive Coach with AIIR Consulting – was conducted and condensed by Candice Henderson.
Diving right into action with a coaching client can be highly energizing. In that excitement and momentum, it can be tempting to push formal assessment aside. However, launching an executive coaching engagement is no different than commencing a journey. A ship that sets sail without the proper coordinates, weather forecast, and a clear understanding of the resources on board has a greater probability of getting lost or sinking. The success or failure of the journey is largely dependent on the crew’s preparation and a proper due diligence before setting sail. Here at AIIR Consulting, the coaching journey requires the same...
This interview with Jamie Ramsden, MBA – an Executive Coach with AIIR Consulting – was conducted and condensed by Candice Henderson.
We are proud to welcome three new senior level coaches to the AIIR Global Coaching Alliance. David Ehrmann, Carolyn Murphy, and Judy Wade bring extensive corporate and executive coaching experience to the AIIR team. We can’t wait for you to meet them! To learn more about the AIIR Global Coaching Alliance and each member’s differentiated expertise, see Our Experts page! David Ehrmann David Ehrmann brings over 25 years of coaching experience to the AIIR Team. Executives, leadership teams and individuals alike have benefited from his clear and empathic coaching style. Having worked with leaders across a spectrum of fields,...
AIIR is proud to sponsor two distinguished executive coaching events in NYC this week. Starting tomorrow – Thursday, March 10 – AIIR will be co-sponsoring The 13th Annual Executive Coaching Conference at the Westin New York in Times Square. With this year’s theme – “From C Suite to Front Line” – the Conference will focus on coaching initiatives that drive strategic business results. As AIIR’s mission is to enable sustained behavioral change that strategically maximizes the business impact of today’s leaders, we are excited to join industry peers and thought leaders in diving into this topic in more depth from...
This interview with David Ehrmann – an Executive Coach with AIIR Consulting – was conducted and condensed by Candice Henderson.
With 2016 around the corner, it’s time to take a step back to reflect on your executive coaching strategy and identify ways to ensure you have the very best coaches developing your leaders. With no shortage of coaches in the market, a great starting point is to re-consider primary criteria for coach selection.
As a Guest Contributor this week on the AIIR Executive Coaching Blog, Doctoral Candidate Ruth Chau discusses the differences and similarities in views on leadership between China and the West.