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"Philippe Rosinski is a leader in the coaching field. Coaching Across Cultures reveals his pioneering multi-cultural approach and innovative global perspective. His book is a treasure for anyone eager to learn how to effectively facilitate human fulfillment and responsible growth." - Laura Berman Fortgang, Author of Take Yourself to the Top and Living Your Best Life

As coaches and clients increasingly realize, the demands of business mean that it is now vital to integrate, understand and leverage cultural differences across countries and corporations. Coaching Across Cultures bridges the gap between coaching and interculturalism.

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By integrating effective coaching practices with intercultural know-how and sensibilities, Philippe Rosinski''s Coaching Across Cultures will serve personal and executive coaching practitioners from around the world for many years to come. Articulate, insightful, eminently practical, and fueled by his rich experience and deep humanity, Rosinski, moreover, convincingly makes the case for linking our personal and organizational goals with those of our communities and our planet as a whole. He makes, thereby, a much needed contribution to helping us think and act systemically - globally and locally.

Coaching Across Cultures is an outstanding book that explains how to develop the new breed of leadership necessary to achieve sustainable high performance in today''s global and multicultural environment. This visionary piece of work is both profound and practical. It will show you how to leverage human potential and its rich cultural diversity, to the benefit of employees, customers, shareholders and society at large.

Philippe Rosinski is a leader in the coaching field. Coaching Across Cultures reveals his pioneering multi-cultural approach and innovative global perspective. His book is a treasure for anyone eager to learn how to effectively facilitate human fulfilment and responsible growth.

Philippe Rosinski brings a depth of cultural understanding and awareness to the field of coaching. His work is wonderful and much needed!

For those who are managing across countries and regions and who are willing to get the best out of that rich melting pot of cultures across all operating companies, just read Coaching Across Cultures! You will find Philippe Rosinski''s book highly stimulating.

About the Author

Philippe Rosinski''s pioneering work in bringing the crucial intercultural dimension into the practice of coaching has won him worldwide acclaim. An expert in executive coaching, team coaching, and global leadership development, his international corporate clients include Baxter Healthcare, Unilever, Chubb Insurance and IBM. He is the first continental European to be designated Master Certified Coach by the International Coach Federation. Previously the Director of Custom Programs at the Center For Creative Leadership, he is currently principal of Rosinski & Company, a global consulting firm that helps leaders, teams and organizations unleash their human potential to achieve high performance. For further information visit his website at http: //www.philrosinski.com/.

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Denise D.
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Four Stars
Reviewed in the United States on December 18, 2016
good book, solid info, passed class with it.
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Results Driven
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Rosnski hits a home run with the cross culture work
Reviewed in the United States on June 26, 2014
Well written. .useful exercises to reinforce concepts..Rosinski has a great way of making complicated or nebulous topics very easy to comprehend.
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Philip Sweeny
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Great reading. I used many of the points to ...
Reviewed in the United States on December 5, 2015
Great reading. I used many of the points to coach my team.
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Puckead1
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Five Stars
Reviewed in the United States on December 5, 2014
Great book and perfect timing!
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Janice
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Five Stars
Reviewed in the United States on July 29, 2015
New Book. ok
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George F. Simons
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Widening the scope of coaching
Reviewed in the United States on May 25, 2014
Coaching across Cultures is not a new brand of coaching, but coaching that sees a wider set of variables and does its job with a more holistic mindset. In Philippe Rosinski’s words, it is a “pragmatic humanism” that “unleashes people’s potential to reach meaningful and... See more
Coaching across Cultures is not a new brand of coaching, but coaching that sees a wider set of variables and does its job with a more holistic mindset. In Philippe Rosinski’s words, it is a “pragmatic humanism” that “unleashes people’s potential to reach meaningful and important objectives.” He has chosen to look at cultures not as forces to be reckoned with, but as forces to reckon with, to strategize with, and to benefit from.

While interculturaalist often treat corporate, institutional, and professional cultures as poor cousins to ethnic, national and regional cultures, Rosinski respects and works with the full range of cultural dynamics. Cultures are inseparable from the ever-changing sea of behaviors they produce.

How do we navigate the chop and swell of cultural difference? How can we leverage cultural knowledge to make the journey pay off and the ports of call more satisfying? Without creating new maps, Rosinski integrates current ones to steer lives of real people and organizations. With theory developed by Hall, Hofstede, et al, in the background, and guided by such practical compasses as the Cultural Orientation Indicator® (TMC Corp.), Rosinski plots a “Cultural Orientations Framework” (COF) to help the coach empower the coachee as they set sail for business and personal success.

Coaching across Cultures first describes each cultural dimension of the COF and gives examples and stories to bring it to life. Next, there are tips to leverage and exploit the the polarities and varieties of behaviors found in each dimension, along with advice on how to face real challenges.

Finally, coaching is an art, not a science. It is messy. It relies on instruments of all sorts, but less on their theoretical coherence with each other than on the skill and intuition of the seasoned coach in applying the right one at the right moment. The book’s subtitle, New Tools for Leveraging National, Corporate and Professional Differences is accurate. Such tools abound, including a Global Scorecard for holistically building and measuring objectives. In the last pages, appendices illustrate basic features of Transactional Analysis and Neuro-linguistic Programming, along with a coaching feedback process. The glossary and bibliography are brief and there is no index, but there is a wealth of footnotes.

The overall impact? Little by little, personal testimony and hands-on activities bring the reader to realize that he or she can embrace and use cultural polarities that seem to exclude each other at first sight. Being and doing, for example, or hierarchy and equality are not forced cultural choices, but available cultural options, not eternal laws, but timely mix-and-match strategies for working and living successfully.

This review is written not from a coach’s but from an interculturalist’s point of view. Coaching across Cultures adds to the growing sense that applied interculturalism relies on many disciplines. One of these is coaching. While Coaching across Cultures addresses on the corporate coach, it takes little fancy to see that the expertise it fosters applies far beyond the boardroom.
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Keith E. Webb
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Cross-Cultural Understanding for Coaches
Reviewed in the United States on December 15, 2005
This is the first, and currently only, book on coaching cross-culturally. The author brings the multifaceted perspective of culture into the coaching equation. The book starts with an introduction to coaching and culture and then goes in depth in cultural perspectives. The... See more
This is the first, and currently only, book on coaching cross-culturally. The author brings the multifaceted perspective of culture into the coaching equation. The book starts with an introduction to coaching and culture and then goes in depth in cultural perspectives. The author wraps up the book with a couple chapters integrating all this into coaching practice.

Coaching is defined as "the art of facilitating the unleashing of people''s potential to reach meaningful, important objectives" (page 4). Surprisingly there is nothing distinctly cross-cultural in the definition. Such as "the art of facilitating in culturally relevant ways the unleashing of people''s potential..." This definition could come from any book on coaching. Culture is defined broadly to include not just nations and peoples, but corporate culture as well.

The real meat of the book is the second section, nearly half the text. The author presents a series of Cultural Orientations each with tools for how to assess them through coaching. Orientations such as a sense of power and responsibility, time, identity and purpose, organization and communication each have a chapter devoted to them. The author begins each chapter with a presentation of the various cultural perspectives on the Orientation, for example, concerning time there are grids of scarce or plentiful; one activity at a time or multiple tasks; and past, present or future orientation. The author presents a tool for the coach to understand the client''s orientation, and for the client (and teammates) to understand himself or herself. The final section is a synthesis of the theory into practice. The author illustrates how he uses his detailed Cultural Orientation grid during coaching sessions.

This book is helpful for those interested in the cross-cultural issues. The book gets a bit lost in trying to reach a wide audience by focusing on at least three audience needs: skills for coaching people of other cultures, cross-cultural team awareness, and personal cultural awareness. The niche this book best fits would be a multicultural team trying to understand each other and how a team leader might coach them through that process of understanding.
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Gerry Stern
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STERN''S MANAGEMENT REVIEW RATES THIS BOOK EXCELLENT!
Reviewed in the United States on August 4, 2003
The book is not solely dedicated to the international arena but for everyone who works with people from different organizations and backgrounds. The author''s aim is to raise the level of awareness of cultural orientations and suggests how to use differences constructively.... See more
The book is not solely dedicated to the international arena but for everyone who works with people from different organizations and backgrounds. The author''s aim is to raise the level of awareness of cultural orientations and suggests how to use differences constructively. The book breaks out of the usual confines of cultural assumptions to find creative solutions. It introduces coaching and cross-cultural concepts, provides a framework for integrating coaching and cultural perspectives, and examines numerous cultural orientations. Rosinski presents a Culture Orientations Framework to assess and profile culture, and a Global Scorecard to help set targets at all levels. Chapters discuss how to leverage power and responsibility, time management, identity and purpose, organizational arrangements, notions of territory and boundaries, communication patterns, and modes of thinking. This is a very thoughtful treatment of an unusual and highly important subject.
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Dean O'Hare, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Chubb Corporation
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Reviewed in the United Kingdom on December 17, 2012
Coaching Across Cultures is an outstanding book that explains how to develop the new breed of leadership necessary to achieve sustainable high performance in today''s global and multicultural environment. This visionary piece of work is both profound and practical. It will...See more
Coaching Across Cultures is an outstanding book that explains how to develop the new breed of leadership necessary to achieve sustainable high performance in today''s global and multicultural environment. This visionary piece of work is both profound and practical. It will show you how to leverage human potential and its rich cultural diversity, to the benefit of employees, customers, shareholders and society at large.
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Melody Taylor-Fliege
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Multi-culture Coaching Resource
Reviewed in Germany on April 12, 2015
Great book for any professional or life coach working with multi-culture clients. I ordered it as an e-book so I have it close at hand every where I travel.
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