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  • COACHING-BASED SAFETY TRAINING CAN SAVE LIVES

    The shift happening in the niche area of safety training is indicative of a shift happening in organizational cultures globally. Everyone would agree that we are living in an age where flatter organizations that encourage employee engagement, ownership and better flows of information are replacin...

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  • PERFORMANCE REVIEWS THAT BRING OUT THE BEST IN YOUR EMPLOYEES

    Performance reviews: just the words can fill us with dread, whether manager or team member. We surveyed 150 people last week on the words that sprung to mind, and they included “difficult conversations”, “delivering bad news”, “time-consuming”, “negative&...

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  • LATEST GLOBAL NEWS FROM THE TEAM

    This month the team launched our Level 1 Coaching for Performance public workshop in Bucharest and in Bogota. The two-day training in Romania was run in association with our friends at the Centre for Effective Coaching, with our Director of Coaching and Leadership, Tiffany Gaskell, opening the se...

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  • EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT AND ITS IMPACT ON PERFORMANCE

    Executives generally overestimate their effectiveness as motivators and leaders. But what engages employees with their managers and their work? Great managers, according to a Gallup poll. The poll finds that great managers “create environments where employees take responsibility for their o...

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  • WHERE DOES COACHING FIT IN A LEADERSHIP MODEL?

    Douglas Conant, former CEO of Campbell Soup Company, has defined his seven essential practices of leadership in the ConantLeadership Flywheel. These seven practices make up a flywheel, shown in the diagram below, and he summarizes them as “tough-minded on standards and tender-hearted with p...

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  • HOW IMPROVING WORKPLACE SAFETY INCREASES PROFITS

    If a new CEO announced safety as the number one priority, would you call him a crazy hippie who will surely ruin the company? Or would you predict that putting Health and Safety first will improve performance and transform the organization into a profit machine? Research shows that company habit...

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  • COACHING AND EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE ARE INSEPARABLE

    The personal behaviour of leaders has long been linked to business results. We regularly ask workers around the world to recall someone who had a positive impact on their younger self. Our research shows that the common factor shared by those influential people is always a natural ability of emot...

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  • COACHING AND EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE ARE INSEPARABLE

    The personal behaviour of leaders impacts business results. We regularly ask workers around the world to recall someone who had a positive impact on their younger self. Our surveys show the common factor shared by those influential people is always a natural ability of emotional intelligence. It...

    Tags: Coaching Culture, Coaching management style, Emotional intelligence, Leadership development

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  • COACHING-BASED SAFETY TRAINING CAN SAVE LIVES

    The shift happening in the niche area of safety training is indicative of a shift happening in organizational cultures globally. Everyone would agree that we are living in an age where flatter organizations that encourage employee engagement, ownership and better flows of information are replacin...

    Tags: Coaching Culture, Coaching management style, Safety

    Last updated

  • PERFORMANCE REVIEWS THAT BRING OUT THE BEST IN YOUR EMPLOYEES

    Performance reviews: just the words can fill us with dread, whether manager or team member. We surveyed 150 people last week on the words that sprung to mind, and they included “difficult conversations”, “delivering bad news”, “time-consuming”, “negative&...

    Tags: Coaching management style, Employee engagement, Feedback

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