Christopher Colley, Master Certified Coach & Practice Leader (Americas) at Marshall Goldsmith Stakeholder Centered Coaching

Chris Coffey, helps individuals and teams achieve and sustain outstanding results. In addition, he is clearly one of the world’s best keynote speakers and trainers in the area of coaching, leadership development, and teamwork. He provides a rare combination of being entertaining and dynamic which providing advice and stories from his extensive coaching experience that is both practical and applicable.

Chris is very driven in to “help successful leaders get even better, sustain it, and have others recognize and acknowledge it” and he is uniquely masterful in working with “hard-nosed” leaders. As he worked with Marshall Goldsmith for over three decades he is also a major contributor to the development of Marshall’s Stakeholder Centered Coaching® methodology. As an executive leadership coach, he has impacted the professional lives and careers of high-level executives and their teams from a diversity of industries and cultural contexts in transformative ways. Chris is an exemplar of leadership development due to his decades of successfully coaching executives and his use of well-placed humor and irony. Chris’ charisma inspires positive and forward-looking solutions and turning challenges into opportunities.

Chris is exceptionally gifted in telling powerful stories and cases in which he integrates management theory and best leadership practice and wraps this into actionable bundles of change. His style is personable yet direct and grounded bringing accountability and perspective into the coaching process. An astute and appealing communicator and executive coach, Chris brings the best of his deep and diverse background to clients. His experiences in life and leadership have left the indelible mark of knowing what battles to fight to win the war, and he passes on the knowledge and skill to understand what leaders can control and what they have to let go to achieve great business results and professional success.

What does organizational culture mean to you?

Behavior that is accepted.

What are the major determinants of organizational culture?

What gets rewarded or punished.

What is the role of employees in organizational culture?

Be clear on what it is. The employee has a responsibility to stay engaged

What are the common problems associated with managing organizational culture?

Not living the values that you say you stand for.

What are the ways to innovate company culture? Any best practices to share.

Do what you say you are going to do.

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