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Monthly Archives: September, 2013

Need help but unsure what to expect? Find out what REALLY happens in an executive coaching session…

Ever wondered what really happens in an Executive Coaching session? This video describes a structure of a coaching session, and who does what during the session. Advertisements

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Creating a safe space to achieve your goals…

In this video, I explain the importance of an executive coaching contract. If that sounds formal, or perhaps, intimidating, it’s not – a contract is necessary to ensure your needs are understood and catered for, so that you can be clear and confident about the coaching you’d receive. Coaching, as a profession, is currently unregulated; …

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Do you find it difficult to say ‘no’?

The “n” word.  So short, so sweet and yet so difficult for some to say.  Some of my career coaching and management coaching clients lead lives that are full to the brim with helping others. Yes, they are caring people.  Yes, other people describe them as helpful.  But, if they feel resentful, and can’t seem …

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Appraisals: to motivate or demotivate? That is the question…

Judging by the impact reported by many, you’d think the purpose of an appraisal was a combination of the following: To worsen the relationship between the manager and the team member To encourage the team member to get active on LinkedIn, spruce up their C.V. and send it off to several recruitment agencies To demotivate …

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What language would you use to influence – laser precise or artfully vague?

Language is a huge component of influencing skills. It’s interesting to consider whether being precise or ambiguous with language is most influential. Well, it depends. Based on two models of linguistics drawn from Neuro linguistic programming, we have on the one hand, a powerful insight into the value of ambiguity shown by the Milton model: …

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