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Coaching Across Cultures: New Tools for Leveraging National, Corporate and Professional Differences

Book Description

Philippe Rosinski has woven coaching and intercultural communication together into a coherent and accessible whole in Coaching Across Cultures. The book is filled with intriguing examples from multinational companies and includes coaching tools with exercises that put into practice the cultural concepts presented.

Table of Contents

  1. Cover Page
  2. Title Page
  3. Copyright Page
  4. Dedication
  5. Table of Contents
  6. Preface
  7. Acknowledgments
  8. Introduction
  9. Part I—Coaching and Culture
    1. Chapter 1—The Recent Discipline of Coaching
      1. What Is Coaching?
      2. Fundamental Perspectives
      3. The Coaching Process
      4. Types of Professional Coaching
      5. Leadership Development
      6. Coaching Tool: Starting a Learning Journal
    2. Chapter 2—Integrating the Cultural Dimension
      1. What Is Culture?
      2. Layers of Culture
      3. Dealing with Cultural Differences
      4. Ethnocentric Pitfalls
      5. Ethnorelative Approaches
      6. Case Studies: Leveraging Cultural Differences
  10. Part II—Leveraging Cultural Differences
    1. Chapter 3—The Cultural Orientations Framework
      1. Categories in the Cultural Orientations Framework
      2. Determining a Cultural Profile Using the COF
      3. Methodological Considerations for Using the COF Effectively
      4. Application: Assessing Cultures
      5. Application: Bridging Cultural Gaps
    2. Chapter 4—How to Leverage Our Sense of Power and Responsibility
      1. Control
      2. Harmony
      3. Humility
      4. Coaching Tool: Visioning Model
    3. Chapter 5—How to Leverage Time Management Approaches
      1. Scarce/Plentiful2
      2. Monochronic/Polychronic
      3. Past/Present/Future
      4. Coaching Tool: Timeline
    4. Chapter 6—How to Leverage Our Definitions of Identity and Purpose
      1. Being/Doing2
      2. Individualistic/Collectivistic14
      3. Coaching Tool: Collages to Reveal Your Common Purpose24
    5. Chapter 7—How to Leverage OrganizationalArrangements
      1. Hierarchy/Equality8
      2. Universalist/Particularist21
      3. Stability/Change30
      4. Competitive/Collaborative38
      5. Coaching Tool: Building Alliances
    6. Chapter 8—How to Leverage Our Notions of Territory and Boundaries
      1. Protective/Sharing
      2. Exchanging Feedback6
      3. Protecting Our Territory
      4. Coaching Tool: Feedback and Self-Disclosure
    7. Chapter 9—How to Leverage Communication Patterns
      1. High Context/Low Context
      2. Direct/Indirect
      3. Affective/Neutral13
      4. Formal/Informal
      5. Coaching Tool: Coaching Videotaped Role Plays30
    8. Chapter 10—How to Leverage Modes of Thinking
      1. Deductive/Inductive
      2. Analytical/Systemic
      3. Coaching Tool: Creative Problem Solving
  11. Part III—Facilitating the High-Performance and High-Fulfillment Journey
    1. Chapter 11—Conduct Your Assessment
      1. Coachee’s Self-Assessment
      2. Others’ Expectations
    2. Chapter 12—Articulate Objectives with the Global Scorecard
      1. The Global Scorecard
      2. Self: Taking Great Self-Care
      3. Family and Friends: Sharing Love and Friendship
      4. Organization: Adding Value to the Organization’s Stakeholders
      5. Community and World: Improving the World
      6. The Case for Sustainable Development/Corporate Citizenship
      7. Leveraging Economic, Social, and Ecological Cultures
      8. The GLOBAL Goal-Setting Principles
    3. Chapter 13—Progress toward Target Objectives
      1. Roles of the Coach
      2. Effective Learning
      3. Structure of Coaching Sessions
      4. Ongoing Feedback
      5. Achieving Global Success
    4. Final Words—Bringing Disciplines, Cultures, and People Together
  12. Appendix 1—Transactional Analysis
  13. Appendix 2—Neuro-Linguistic Programming
  14. Appendix 3—Soliciting Written Feedback on Your Coaching
  15. Glossary
  16. Notes and References
  17. Bibliography
  18. About the Author
  19. Footnote
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