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Posts in Leadership Executive Coaching

Looking for practical and creative coaching tools? Our new book is out!

14th Nov, 2015
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Are you looking for practical and creative coaching tools to help you coach even better? We have the answer! Our new book ‘Coaching With Impact at Work’ by Gill Graves provides a proven toolkit of models, ideas and exercises that you can immediately put to use. “This book is practical and accessible.” Edna Murdoch, Director, Coaching […]

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How to lead extraverts and introverts

16th Mar, 2015
Managing Introverts and Extroverts

Great infographic from Insights on the different leadership / management styles required for extraverts and introverts. Click here now for more on Insights Discovery.

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Leadership Development Coaching

4th Mar, 2013

So what is Leadership Development Coaching? Much of the coaching we provide is to managers and leaders in mid to large size organisations. They have often risen through the ranks and have typically 10+ years experience. However by the time they are in a senior position they have often only had a few days piecemeal […]

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The “leadership time bomb”: What are you doing to bridge the gap?

5th Sep, 2012
Leadership IMPACT

 I wonder how much work is being done across the UK to bridge the leadership gap that was exposed a few weeks ago in a report by our partner talent management company, SHL. The Global Leadership study showed that while the UK might be ranked in the top three for “capable leaders”, when it comes […]

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Stuck Tube Train / Do you create heat or light?

25th May, 2012

  Did you see the tube train stuck in the tunnel on the hottest day of the year so far – it took upto 3.5 hours for passengers to get out? Heat is often uncomfortable isn’t it? And light often welcoming.  Do you direct your energy to creating heat or light? Leadership and management requires […]

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What can Managers and Coaches Learn from the King’s Speech?

13th Jan, 2011

The following is an excerpt from the new film The King’s Speech: “Listen to me. Listen to me. Why should I waste my time listening to you? Because I have a voice! Yes, you do.” It is a poignant moment. A moment when Bertie, King George VI, claims his real, authentic voice and so, perhaps […]

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ROI for executive coaching

26th Jun, 2010

In their book ‘the Extraordinary Coach’ Zenger and Stinett quote their own research that shows a positive correlation between coaching and employee commitment, employee satisfaction and employee effort. If you want to increase employee engagement then a coaching culture is a prerequisite, it seems. Talk to us about creating a coaching culture.

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Leadership is a process

Peter Northouse in his book ‘Leadership and Practice’ defines leadership as “a process whereby an individual influences a group of individuals to achieve a common goal.” He explains that defining leadership as a process has implications – ” it means that it is not a trait or characteristic that resides in the leader but a […]

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Making a Difference – The Star Thrower Story

17th Dec, 2009

The Star Thrower Story – Making a Difference

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Making Change Stick- The Masai and Logical Levels

26th Nov, 2009

Research by Gregory Bateson and Robert Dilts suggests that we have a hierarchy in the way we think about things. They identified six ‘logical levels of thought’, each level providing different information and building on the level below.

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