For Socrates Executive Coaching Led to Death

Socrates lived from 470-399 BC. He was known throughout history as a Greek-philosopher, recognized as the founder of Western philosophy. He described himself as a “gadfly” and a “mid-wife” but you could also make the argument he was one of the first “executive” coaches in history. As a “gadfly” he incessantly asked questions of others. As a “midwife” Socrates […]

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