Transformational Executive Programs: An Owner’s Manual

  • Manfred F. R. Kets de Vries
  • Konstantin Korotov
Part of the INSEAD Business Press book series (IBP)


As already mentioned in this book, executives frequently join executive education programs or sign up for leadership coaching opportunities for reasons that go beyond the obvious ones of gaining additional knowledge and insights into the effective operation of business. Many executives enter these programs to pursue very personal agendas, including taking stock of their professional and personal achievements, dealing with hopes, frustrations and doubts, and thinking about time and opportunities ahead. The programs and coaching interventions are viewed as a chance for self-renewal and opportunities to prepare for the future.


Transformational Program Senior Executive Coaching Intervention Executive Education Fellow Participant 
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  • Manfred F. R. Kets de Vries
  • Konstantin Korotov

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