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Monthly Archives: December, 2014

How much does your visibility matter when you’re chasing a promotion?

Over the next few blogs, I hope to provoke some thought, or even debate, on how much our physical characteristics influence our career, compared to our capacity to do the job itself. It’s often a common assumption: that the confident and beautiful climb effortlessly up the ladder (whether they’re capable of doing the job or …

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Is accreditation significant amongst coaches? What does such qualification signify?

Many coaches are accredited by industry panels and boards, but few of these bodies are independent accreditors who uphold a European-Quality Standard for coaching – across all disciplines and concerning all coaching elements. The standout is the European Individual Accreditation (EIA) from the European Mentoring and Coaching Council (EMCC). It assesses and verifies that a …

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Leaders: Three tips for developing an effectual, entrepreneurial team…

I’ve made much about entrepreneurialism and effectual leadership recently, and the improved results that come from applying this perspective when problem-solving. One of the benefits of visionary thinking, and making effectual rather than causal decisions, is the occurrence of innovation and creative ideas. Sticking with predictable, proven strategies and making plans that feature little risk …

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