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Vive La Difference, Coaching women leaders [On-demand webinar]

Video-Vive La Difference, Coaching women leaders [On-demand webinar]

Through this presentation, Jon Poole compares statistical differences in the profiles of men and women when looking at underlying traits and at behavioural profiles from a database of over 60,000 leaders, and overlays this with his own anecdotal perceptions as a leadership coach.

Having been involved in providing psychometric assessments and having coached hundreds of managers and leaders over the years, Jon Poole started to see statistical differences in the profiles of men and women when looking at underlying traits and at behavioural profiles. These differences are neither good nor bad - but it's interesting to the analyse the traits and behaviour of successful women leaders and consider how they deliver exceptional results.

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Jon Poole, Leadership Development Consultant, Step Change Development

Jon Poole is Chief Executive of the Institute of Food Science & Technology in the UK. Jon’s role involves him in most aspects of the food sector from food safety through to sustainability and new product development through to ensuring the pipeline of talent for the next generation of food scientists and technologists. Alongside his role at IFST, Jon works part-time as an independent organisational development consultant with a particular focus on leadership competency and development, and career development. Jon has written and had published three books on leadership, business coaching and career development.

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