Working conversations

October 12th, 2013  |  by  |  published in Coaching

Working conversations from Castleton Consulting Limited Business is mostly about dealing with change. And although consultants like us will try to suggest that we are surrounded by the need for transformational change it might just be that it’s better for us mere mortals to focus on making incremental improvements. Our pitch here is to get […]

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 […]

Coaching for organisational sustainability

November 21st, 2008  |  by  |  published in Coaching

One of the implications of constant change in the business environment is uncertainty in the shelf life of knowledge and skills; there is no guarantee that strategies and ruses that work well today will do a good job tomorrow. In response, many organisations are attracted to the notion of manager as coach as it offers […]

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