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November 17, 2017

Quite a sweeping statement to make!

If we breakdown the basics of Project Management then it may not seem quite so irregular.

  • The Project Idea simplified is the outcome you want to achieve. If delegating to someone we have an outcome. If we are engaging in a performa...

October 31, 2017

The Enhanced SWOT encourages action from analysis.

March 20, 2017

TED questions are a simple adjustment to the standard questions we use in a coaching situation. 

They are used to gather a large amount of information through the use of one question rather than a range.

In coaching, we run the risk of our conversations seeming like inte...

February 27, 2017

Some key considerations and actions when delegating ​1. It is very easy to fall into the trap of thinking that you can do the job quicker and better than other

February 11, 2017

INDIVIDUAL BARRIERS ​ • Is the individual ready for coaching or mentoring?   Even if we have good forward planning and offer clear information to your staff about what is involved in the process, there can still be some individual barriers to coaching and mentoring....

January 30, 2017

There is often confusion about how coaching and mentoring differ. Broadly speaking, the CIPD defines coaching as 'developing a person's skills and knowledge so

January 13, 2017

The key responsibilities of the leadership role:​ Contributing to and implementing a vision Discussing and agreeing direction Building trust and inspiring team

December 12, 2016

According to Carol Wilson (cited in The Edge - ILM - Mar/Apr 2015) we should consider 3 core principles when creating a coaching culture. ​1. ResponsibilityCon

November 16, 2016

The OSCAR Model 

The OSCAR model, like many other models creates a framework for questions but is not a list to be systematically followed. Models are however a great way to develop your coaching skills. 

Coaching conversations move naturally throughout the fra...

November 10, 2016

Fundamental to the art of coaching is the question. 

Coaching questions have a very specific nature about them:

1. They do not lead

2. They do not introduce ideas that were not there already

3. They are generally open 

4. They avoid the question 'Why' as this is often recei...

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