You get what you give – the interactive coaching style inventory

November 30th, 2011  |  by  |  published in Coaching

Nancy Langton of New Level Partners was in touch a few months back asking if she could use our coaching style inventory as part of a supervisory skills training workshop. Now, requests to use our inventory come along every few months or so, mostly from the USA, and each time the deal is basically “no […]

Coaching conversations and change

June 30th, 2010  |  by  |  published in Coaching

In any organisation, the way that people work together contributes to performance and results. But what influences the way people work together? In spite of many who would prefer to think otherwise it seems less to do with senior managers and directors moving in mysterious ways and more to do with the quality and style […]

What are your choices in managing others?

November 25th, 2008  |  by  |  published in Performance

Despite several decades worth of books, video in its various incarnations, training packages, experts and assorted foot-in-the-door consultants; the task of managing others in a way that exploits their ability to convert their potential into performance remains an ongoing challenge. Maybe part of the challenge is the desire to find – or peddle – the […]

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