Henry Mintzberg introduces CoachingOurselves
In this video, professor Henry Mintzberg introduces the CoachingOurselves approach, co-developed with Phil LeNir. First developed in 2003 as a tool for Phil and his management team, Henry and Phil co-founded CoachingOurselves in 2007 to bring Henry's approach to management and leadership development directly into organizations.
Introduction to Henry Mintzberg
Management expert Henry Mintzberg has played a major role shaping the world's concept of managing. This video is an extensive and popular introduction to this world-renown management thinker. Henry Mintzberg co-founded CoachingOurselves with Phil LeNir in 2007.
Books by Henry Mintzberg
Henry Mintzberg has published numerous books on a broad range of subjects. Of particular interest to those also interested in his CoachingOurselves approach is his original book on Management, The Nature of Managerial Work, Managers Not MBAs, and his newer books on Managing.
Articles related to CoachingOurselves
Henry Mintzberg has published dozens of articles. Following are some of the articles directly related to CoachingOurselves. Unfortunately, some must be purchased, such as the article on rebuilding companies as communities.
The Five Mindsets (Framework)
Henry Mintzberg and Jonathan Gosling developed the concept of the five "mindsets" basic to the practice of management. They are (1) Reflection, about managing self; (2) Collaboration, about managing relationships; (3) Analysis, about managing organizations; (4) Worldliness, about managing context; and (5) Action, about managing change. The IMPM program and other programs by Henry use the mindsets. CoachingOurselves is used to create programs based on the Five Mindsets.
And the five Mindsets are described in great details in Henry's book, Managers not MBAs.
Reflection for Management Development
Henry Mintzberg at TEDxMcGIll
Henry Mintzberg talks about reanimating the relentless curiosity for learning.
Henry Mintzberg discusses the rebalancing of society through the collaboration of the private, public and plural sectors.