Hibbit Case Study

Hibbit  Case Study – Reading Hibbit is a manufacturer of small household appliances – coffee makers, mixers, blenders, toasters, and humidifiers. Their revenues had stalled at around R350 million and operating margins slid to under 10% for the first time in memory. The competitive pressure was getting tighter.  Larger appliance makers (most of them subsidiaries

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The Johari Window

Johari window The Johari Window, developed by American psychologists Joseph Luft and Harry Ingram, helps us to consider different aspects to be explored in the coaching process. Sometimes it is useful to outline the Johari Window for coachees as it is an excellent graphic model of self-awareness. QUADRANT 1 The area of free activity or

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Metaphors in Coaching

THE POWER OF METAPHORS IN EXECUTIVE COACHING Metaphors are ways in which we compare one thing to another. They describe how something is like or different to something else. I feel as if am trapped underground, or I am walking on sunshine – both are highly charged metaphors. They are full of symbolic language. Metaphors

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