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Leadership Development Programme

There is a plethora of programmes out their in the market and choosing the right one for your organisation is a difficult task.  It’s not one of those “things” you can pick up off the shelf and deliver to many of your unsuspecting leaders of tomorrow or is it? What is it that companies look … Continue reading »

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The Quiet Revolution

Dictators everywhere – be warned:the days of control freak bosses are numbered!  As report after report comes in showing that the majority of employees are disengaged from their work, which is in turn depressing productivity and profits, it becomes increasingly evident that existing management practices aren’t working.  It doesn’t matter how many times the office … Continue reading »

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How do you know coaching works?

It’s always interesting to gain other people’s opinions on what they see as “coaching”.  Some people confuse coaching with mentoring or training.  The world of work is complex and constantly changing.  Fast paced and high pressured, it places increasingly tough demands on employees through organisations. Consequently leaders and managers at all levels need a broad … Continue reading »

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Price Waterhouse Cooper Global Coaching Survey

At last we see the launch of a formal global coaching survey commissioned by the International Coach Federation by Price Waterhouse Cooper. The purpose is to bring together the global landscape of coaching and provide a clear focus of where coaching is heading. Interestingly I have completed the survey and have to say, I’m impressed … Continue reading »

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Big Talk, Little Talk – which do you prefer?

  Communication is vital to effective leadership, but so is the ability to listen. Martin Johnson, former captain (and now coach) of the England rugby team, describes two types of communication as “big talk” and “little talk” .Little talk as he puts it makes the big talk happen. This means giving direction and encouragement, but … Continue reading »

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Bosses Behaving Badly!

Abusive, overbearing, bullying – working for a nasty boss can seriously affect your self-confidence and job satisfaction.  So how do you deal with a dreadful boss? Working for a toxic boss can hamper your career and damage your health.  Psychologist Robert Hogan, author or Personaily and the Fate of Organisations, says many staff surveys have … Continue reading »

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