In our global economy, the ability to lead individuals across a diversity of cultures and geographies is an imperative. We sat down with Dr. Manuelle Charbonneau, Senior Executive Coach at AIIR Consulting, to learn how she leverages her intercultural expertise to accelerate a client’s development.
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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.
This interview with Geetu Bharwaney – an Executive Coach with AIIR Consulting – was conducted and condensed by Candice Henderson.
Darwin’s theory of Natural Selection provided biology and the sciences a compelling way to understand how organisms evolve, extinguish, and grow – all as a function of developing the right combination of characteristics that are most adaptive and functional for a given environment. This is Survival of the Fittest.
AIIR Consulting is pleased to announce that it is a co-sponsor for the Society of Consulting Psychology’s Mid-Winter Conference on February 5-8, 2015 in San Diego, CA. The conference theme is “Fit to Consult? Strengthen-Stretch-Test” and is being held in conjunction with the 5th International Congress on Coaching Psychology (ICCP).
The traditional model of executive coaching is for meetings to be conducted in-person, with either the coach traveling to the executive’s workplace for sessions or the client meeting in the office of the coach. This idealistic approach to coaching assumes the availability of time and physical space.
This interview with Kathryn Wankel – an Executive Coach with AIIR Consulting – was conducted and condensed by Candice Henderson.
Leadership is about more than just skills. It’s about how you choose to show up in front of others. And how you show up as a leader determines whether you will deliver value to the people around you. As we start a new year, here is a useful checklist, written by Jeff Boss from Entrepreneur, to help you choose to show up more fully in your leadership and make your choices count in 2015. Click here for the original article.
As employee disengagement levels are on the rise in the U.S. over the last couple of years, business leaders are seeking to understand the reasons behind this disengagement. According to Professor Teresa Amabile of the Harvard Business School, job dissatisfaction seems to be a major reason for this disengagement across industries and across generations. However, increasing engagement requires an employer to consider the differences that exist between generations.