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Here you can find news, views, advice and guidance on Executive Coaching and Career Coaching topics. In the career coaching category there is plenty of support on a range of subjects including; interviews, assessment centres and creating a great CV. In the Executive Coaching section there articles on subjects such as how to select an Executive Coach and what happens in Executive Coaching.

 


Deciding Whether the Job is Right For You


October 08, 2014  |   Career Coaching Blog   |     |   0 Comment

Many people think that the recruitment process is designed to see if they are the best for the job. It is, but it is also your chance to assess your potential new boss and the company that may end up employing you. You Can Tell a Lot from Your Recruitment Experience You can tell a […]

Perfect 360 Feedback Tool For Coaching


July 17, 2014  |   Executive Coaching Blog   |     |   0 Comment

In coaching we all want a 360 feedback tool that focuses on the coaching topic, engages our client, is easy to administer and doesn’t cost a lot. Well the good news is that such a tool exists and it’s free!   Disadvantages of Traditional 360 Feedback Instruments in Coaching   The production of 360 feedback […]

Seven Secrets of Career Success


July 05, 2014  |   Executive Coaching Blog   |     |   0 Comment

When you start a new job you might think that all you have to do to ‘get on’ is do a good job. Sadly you would probably be wrong! Here are 7 secrets for creating a successful career     7 Secrets of a Successful Career   Yes you do need to perform well in […]

How to Survive as an Older Worker


May 29, 2014  |   Career Coaching Blog   |     |   0 Comment

Many of us worry about what is going to happen to us at work when we get older. Will we be put on the sidelines outside the main cut and thrust of the organisation? Will we end up getting made redundant in some sham re-organisation? Or will we continue to thrive and love what we […]

Creating a Successful Career Plan


May 22, 2014  |   Career Coaching Blog   |     |   0 Comment

It’s great to have your own career plan that maps out what it is you would like to achieve in your career. It isn’t so much having the plan that’s helpful, it’s the process involved in completing the plan that is most helpful. It should provide you with a structure to reflect on what you […]

What Can Career Coaching Do For You?


May 13, 2014  |   Career Coaching Blog   |     |   0 Comment

If you are looking for a new job a good Career Coach will improve your chances of getting the role you want by 50% or more. You say ‘he’s bound to say that, he does career coaching!’ But you would be wrong I say it as an ex-HR Director and someone who has used career […]

How to Run a Successful Meeting


May 11, 2014  |   Coaching Latest News   |     |   0 Comment

An odd title you might say. How can any meeting be great? But they can if they achieve their purpose. The problem is that in most cases meetings don’t have a clear purpose and no one seems to know why items are on the agenda, what’s going to be discussed, or how long a meeting […]

The Difference Between Executive Coaching and Consultancy


April 28, 2014  |   Executive Coaching Blog   |     |   0 Comment

In my business I am most often involved in Executive Coaching. However there are also times when I am asked to act as a Consultant. There is quite a big difference between the two roles but sometimes people confuse them. The Key Differences In Executive Coaching you do not need to be an expert on […]

Writing Business Reports and Proposals


March 14, 2014  |   Executive Coaching Blog   |     |   0 Comment

It seems that these days nobody really bothers to offer people training on how to write good punchy and influential reports and proposals.     Where staff are offered this type of training it is really gratefully received. It enables them to get across their messages quickly and stops them worrying and spending hours writing […]

5 Ways to Impress Your Boss


February 04, 2014  |   Executive Coaching Blog   |     |   0 Comment

It pays to impress your boss. You keep your job, you might get promoted and who knows you might get a pay rise.   Obviously not every boss is the same, but there are 5 things you can do to impress most bosses. Here they are:   Bring solutions not problems; as a boss it […]

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