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Guests discuss how coaching can assist managers and corporate executives guide their companies through mergers and acquisitions.
Topics discussed include how coaching can be used to help leaders create strong and effective work teams, bridge cultural differences, communicate with confidence, and ensure the retention of key employees.
* Emily Crawford, Kabachnick Group
* Tim Dorman, Korn Ferry International
Research shows in 2006, mergers and acquisitions totaled $310.7 billion dollars in the United States alone, examples including Google and YouTube, AT&T and BellSouth, and Alcatel and Lucent. But what role does professional coaching play as two organizations come together?
According to the Harvard Business Review there can be a variety of challenges during a merger, ranging from determining how to bring two radically different groups together to risks associated with not involving key influences, stakeholders, and top talent in the process.
Professional coaching experts discuss how coaching can help address these issues and more.