Posts Tagged ‘coaching’

Gut instinct – to trust or not?

How much should we really just ‘go with our gut feelings’? As part of day-to-day living we have to process huge amounts of complex information from the world. To cross […]

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The inner game of work – creating an engagement culture

Timothy Gallwey, regarded by many as the father of coaching, wrote The Inner Game of Tennis in 1974.  He later demonstrated how the same fundamentals apply to getting the best […]

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The rule of 1 percent – a business success strategy

“In order to succeed in business and differentiate yourself from competitors, you do not have to be 1000% better at one thing; you have to be 1% better at 1000 […]

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The Neuroscience of Coaching

Coaching first caught public attention in the 1980’s For over 30 years people have known the power of coaching rather than “telling”. Yet the primary method of management in business still […]

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