MIT publication partners with emergent professional coaching app Sharpist

MIT Sloan Management Review (MIT SMR) and Sharpist announced a partnership today, bringing together some of the world’s best writing on management practice with Sharpist, a new mobile app providing individualized professional coaching for leaders at all levels across industries. Drawing from over twelve years’ worth of content from MIT SMR, Sharpist is significantly expanding its library of leadership writing.

“Our coaches trust Sharpist to provide excellent writing and exercises on leadership to support their work with their coachees,” said Sharpist CEO and co-founder Hendrik Schriefer. “Our content is always based on strong sources and this partnership with MIT SMR is an important step in this direction.”

“We are excited to provide Sharpist with quality materials,” said MIT SMR content distribution manager Mackenzie Wise. “Our research and innovative ideas on management practice will surely enhance the quality and efficacy of this promising new app."

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The partnership is a vote of confidence from the prestigious management publication, whose writings will appear in readings and micro-tasks tailored for clients based on feedback from coaching sessions with industry experts. The current Sharpist library includes content from the Harvard Business Review, contributions from seasoned coaches, and materials produced by in-house experts.

About Sharpist

Sharpist offers data-driven, mobile coaching for leaders at all levels across industries. The Berlin-based company was founded by Dominik Lahmann, Fabian Niedballa, and Hendrik Schriefer in 2018 and currently employs a team of 15 leadership experts. Tailor-Made coaching includes digital one-on-one video sessions and personalized exercises. The results are measurable. In addition to their coaching offer, Sharpist provides organizations with a lens on their culture via anonymized data analyses. Sharpist is currently being used by employees of several multinational corporations. More information on

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