Increasing the coachability of narcissistic managers (podcast)

Increasing the coachability of narcissistic managers (podcast)


The success of coaching interventions depends both on the coach and his or her methods, and on the client's ability to improve - and this ability is usually explained by personality traits. On average, evidence-based coaching interventions change a person's behavior by up to 30%. These interventions result in improvements that can be considered above average 70% of the time. In this podcast, Kirsten Dierolf, CEO of ICF Germany, and Dr. René Kusch discuss ways to increase the coachability of overly charismatic leaders.

To get to the podcast (in German), click here.

On this topic, you may also want to read our article with Dr. Robert Hogan, „How to grow humility in charismatic leaders“ or our blogpost „Coachability: A Question of Attitude and Personality".

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