Coaching & mentoringNo. Of Articles:19

  • By Prof. D. Sampath
    S.Chidambaram, Director- HR, Bankomatic Solutions, was addressing the meeting convened by him w...
  • Sep-2012
  • By Sannita Chakraborty Saha
    From Tiger Woods to Sachin Tendulkar to Michael Schumacher, they all have coaches to help them...
  • Feb-2012
  • By Dr Sujaya Banerjee
    Coaching and mentoring to drive organizational excellence
  • Dec-2011
    Mentoring, which has been followed from centuries now has redefined itself in the recent times,...
  • Dec-2011
  • Nokia India promotes a one week window into the world of Nokia top leaders for new joinees!...
  • Jan-2011
  • Arva Shikari
    Executive coaching impacts organizational transformation in terms of minimizing the learning cu...
  • Dec-2010
  • Arva Shikari
    Be it discomfort, relief, fear of separation, joy, or excitement, an effective closure of mento...
  • Mar-2010
  • Arva Shikari
    Using psychometrics for coaching can facilitate people to assess their gifts and experience and...
  • Dec-2009
  • By Arva Shikari
    An innovative mentor program that upgrades hands on knowledge of nurses nurturing generation ne...
  • June-2009
  • Mindtree has a program that transfers experiential knowledge and connects mentor-mentee...
  • Apr-2008
  • What is the foundation for successful coaching? What are the qualities of a good coach? And how...
  • Nov-2005
  • Marcel R Parker
    "The New Rajgurus"… this title of an article in the ET's Corporate Dossier, some time ago, went...
  • May-2005
  • The softer, informal aspects of the socialization process affect the new incumbent’s perception...
  • Dec-2004
  • Ajay Batra
    Companies are experimenting with a different dimension of traditional mentoring… reverse mentor...
  • Sep-2004
  • Angela Mulvie
    Executive coaching has become one of the most popular development tools used to enhance manage...
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