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Coaches: Having the Uncomfortable Coaching Conversations

Are you looking for a way to create life-changing results for your clients quickly and consistently? Then you need to get comfortable having uncomfortable conversations and asking difficult questions! This month, former ICF President and multi best-selling author, Marcia Reynolds … Continue reading

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Coaching in the New World

Marshall Goldsmith is considered Thinkers50’s ‘World’s Most Influential Leadership Thinker’ (2015 and 2011) along with being an award-winning coach and best-selling author. He is the author or editor of 35 books, which have sold over two million copies, been translated … Continue reading

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Develop Your Coaching in 2020

Greetings! For the last seven years,  I have attended and promoted WBECS – the World Business and Executive Coach Summit and it has always proved to be a top learning opportunity. WBECS is a live, online summit featuring over 40 … Continue reading

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Learn Coaching Skills from Google’s Coach and the ICF Co-Founder

Are you looking for a way to accelerate your path to becoming a GREAT coach? A way to learn secrets master coaches wish they knew when they first started, without taking decades to get there? The Foundations of Great Coaching: Start … Continue reading

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How to Tell if You are Working with a Non-performer?

Are you feeling frustrated, angry and upset by someone – colleague, direct report, perhaps even a manager (!) or a supplier who is just not pulling their weight? Despite your many attempts to talk to them, get them on board … Continue reading

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COACHES: Have you heard about Conversational Intelligence®?

Have you heard about C-IQ yet? C-IQ, or Conversational Intelligence®, is a revolutionary coaching methodology developed by Judith E. Glaser that allows you to leverage the power of neuroscience to create rapid, transformational shifts with your clients. Soon, Judith will … Continue reading

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Coaches: How to Build a Thriving Coaching Business

In this blog I interviewed Jayne Warrilow as she launches her new book, The 10 Day Coaches MBA: The Small Business Book for Coaches Who Want To Play Bigger. If you are a coach, I strongly recommend that you read … Continue reading

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The most impactful coaching event of the year

ALERT:  Did you miss some of the WBECS pre-summit as per below which you wanted to attend live? They are releasing 7 sessions in total including many of the highest rated Pre-Summit sessions from this year.  Click here to access the … Continue reading

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The Power of Feedback in Leadership Development

“One key to successful leadership is continuous personal change. Personal change is a reflection of our inner growth and empowerment.” – Robert E. Quinn Getting feedback may not always feel comfortable but it’s definitely a powerful ally and gift in the … Continue reading

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12 Leadership Lessons from the World Class All Blacks

Greatness is the ability to consistently deliver peak performance regardless of opponent, occasion or what happened the week before. – Steve Hansen and Ritchie McCaw views as quoted in the New Zealand Herald The All Blacks are the first team … Continue reading

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