The transition from Doing to Being a Leader. Guest blogger, Kevin Watson, talks us through the difference with an example from a Shaman.
Debrief from “Human Dimensions”, the Welsh Coaching Conference 2019, now the largest coaching conference in Europe, discover how coaches can benefit.
How you can be inspired to set effective goals for 2020, using these questions. Guest blogger, Kevin Watson, builds on our post about reviewing your story.
In this book review, my focus moves to the world of coaching and what goes on behind closed doors. The title, “Behind Closed Doors: Stories from the Coaching Room“, is one that never fails to elicit a snigger from my wife. I admit it does sound a bit like a salacious expose into locker-room shenanigans. In reality, this is a very helpful book for coaches, whatever their level of experience.. Read More
Debrief from 2018 Welsh Coaching Conference. Building theme of “Challenging the Narrative”, sharing insights from Clive Hyland, Sarah Corrie & David Drake.
This year, I have had more enquires than ever, about team coaching. Whether for senior leadership teams, or managers of Customer Insight/Analytics teams, the concept is on the rise. It is easy to understand why. Many have heard the benefits of one to one coaching for senior executives, but want to find a way of justifying this cost for more leaders. Both time & money have been cited to me.. Read More
When should you use external consultancy? Are you wisely bringing in wider expertise, or wasting your money on people who won’t be around to see the consequences? Such a question plagues many analytics or insight leaders. Indeed I have spoken to many, over the years, who are frustrated by the speed with which directors turn to consultants. I’ve mentioned before the need to build the reputation of your team, to.. Read More