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Leaders need to manage relentless demands to perform today and strategically plan for tomorrow. More than ever, coaching has become not a luxury, but a necessity for negotiating these demands effectively.
Rachel Treece introduces us to the Japanese word Henka (変化) which means perpetual change, courage, and transcendence and shows us how the principles that flow from this concept are perfectly suited for today’s leaders.
Through stories, interviews, and insight, The Henka Effect sheds light on the relationship between internal wisdom and external results. This book comes to fill a void that was created by a lag in leadership competencies in our fast-changing world. It is written for ALL who wish to transform themselves, for coaches who want to make a difference in their practices, and for leaders of all kinds.
Rachel Treece is the CEO of fts global and The Henka Institute. She has spent much of her career working with organisations around the world to develop their leadership capacity, build inclusive cultures, and create high-performing teams. Rachel is a certified executive coach whose organisations have trained more than 30,000 people in over 30 countries. She is also a sought-after keynote speaker on leadership and culture change, and the author of this ground-breaking book The Henka Effect – How Coaching is Transforming Leadership and Organisations.
The Henka Effect: How Coaching is Transforming Leadership and Organisations
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