At the Schuitema Strategy workshop Joshua Hayman facilitated a workshop on the Schuitema approach to coaching. This is what we came up with:
We’re good at fingering ‘colonial oppressors’, blaming apartheid, the IMF, the World Bank, and forever finding some or other excuse for our situation. Clive Simpkins attempts to find the root.
Jon Eddy Abdullah, the CEO of dtac, shares some insights into applying Care and Growth in two Telenor businesses. In both cases the interventions were particularly successful.
In a conversation with khun Virat Jaruchoktaweechai who runs all of dtac’s call centres, he indicated that they had done an investigation into the 3 top performing teams in their organisation.
This was the introductory speech by Etsko Schuitema at the recent Schuitema Strategy Process on 30th July 2013.
Incredible healthcare solutions coming out of smartphones.
An interesting set of insights about the New Age emerge from a conversation between Etsko Schuitema and Graham Edwards.
My previous post on the blog was solicited by a particularly depressing series of events at a client site where it had become apparent that a newly appointed senior executive was about to trash all the hard organisational development work that had been done by the executive of the business over many years. On reflection what became apparent to me was far from the new appointee being a problem, they could actually enable tremendous inner growth among for all concerned. Far from being an enemy, this person was a most valuable ally.
In the course of the Leadership and Organizational Development work done at Schuitema over the last 20 years it has become very apparent that the key variable that one has to come to grips with in the case of both mentoring and coaching is the issue of intent. This is because the issue of intent is the key variable that sits behind effective coaching and mentoring as far as the coach and mentor are concerned, as well as being the primary factor at issue with the mentee in a mentoring relationship.