Leaders need to build emotional and mental resilience during tough times and model behaviour that shows courage, decisiveness, vision, and the ability to adapt to change.
Organisational culture In Coaching on the Axis, Kahn (2014: 21) introduces the notion that business exists within a distinct cultural context which is characterised by market forces. He advocates that all coaches start with the cultural context as their starting point, developing an understanding of the phenomenon of culture, and particularly corporate or organisational culture. […]
This interview appeared in SA Coaching News (Vol. 1 Issue 1: January 2019) As one of the global leaders and pioneers in the coaching profession both globally and in South Africa, we are privileged to bring you an interview with the founding President of the largest professional coaching body in South Africa. We asked Dr […]
If you weren’t able to join us at the official book launches in Johannesburg or Cape Town earlier this year, we are delighted to share this video in which Sunny shares an overview of the journey towards writing this book, and why it is so important in the modern business environment. The business landscape has […]
Dr Sunny Stout-Rostron introduces us to the new High-Performance Relationship Coaching Model and share some of the journey towards developing this model. She goes on to explain some of the aspects, stages and processes of her new High-Performance Relationship Coaching Model.
Dr Sunny Stout-Rostron talks about the variety and diversity of skills, expertise and experience that coaches working with teams need in order to be able to optimise the coaching experience. Team coaching requires a whole host of additional skills to those required for working one-on-one with clients.
Dr Sunny Stout-Rostron talks about why it is important for coaches, who are working with teams in the modern corporate workplace, to be able to work with diversity of all kinds. With the world having become more interconnected and part of a Global Village, diversity means many things: life experience, cultural background, educational experience and […]
The first in a series of short videos about the new book: Transformational Coaching to Lead Culturally Diverse Teams
“This book is a marvellous contribution to the emerging field of team coaching. Dr Stout-Rostron and her contributing authors have produced a review of extant team coaching models and contributed some new models for team coaching specifically aimed at respecting and capitalising on the cultural diversity found in today’s modern workplace. Much of the work […]
“In this timely and useful book, the authors draw on their considerable experience and address key concerns and approaches to team coaching, stressing the importance of culture and the role that diversity plays in the process. Systems Theory is fast emerging as the dominant discourse for coaching in organisations, and the models offered here do […]