Executive Coaching Blog
It seems that these days nobody really bothers to offer people training on how to write good punchy and influential reports and proposals. Continue reading “Writing Business Reports and Proposals” »
It pays to impress your boss. You keep your job, you might get promoted and who knows you might get a pay rise. Continue reading “5 Ways to Impress Your Boss” »
” The face is a picture of the mind as the eyes are its interpreter.” Cicero (106 – 43 BC). In Executive Coaching and in business generally any clue to what someone is thinking might be helpful. Our eyes are said to tell much about what is going on in our mind. Here we explore some of the things the eyes tell you. Continue reading “What the Eyes Tell You” »
Defence mechanisms are ways in which we protect ourselves from things that cause us unconscious anxiety. Some of these mechanisms might be really helpful; however there are others that may cause us problems. Continue reading “Defence Mechanisms in Executive Coaching” »
Have you ever experienced a situation where you have tried exert mental control on your thoughts and feelings but ended up where things have got worse? So for instance you may have set out to improve your feelings of happiness and end up feeling really sad. An understanding of the Ironic Process will enhance you chances of successfully making the personal changes you desire. Continue reading “Achieving Personal Change” »
Who wouldn’t like a 50 fold return on their investment? Well Executive Coaching has been shown to produce this level of ROI to organisations. So what is it that makes Executive Coaching such a powerful personal development tool? Continue reading “The Power of Executive Coaching” »
It often seems that anyone who has been an Executive thinks they can easily turn their hand to Executive Coaching and provide advice to others seeking help. Continue reading “The Key Skills of Executive Coaching” »
Most people that work in Training or L&D seem to say that they are Coaches as well as Trainers. Is there a difference between the two disciplines? Continue reading “Executive Coaching and Training – the Difference” »
The mask you wear to work is another way of saying the personality you bring to work. Continue reading “The Mask You Wear To Work” »
A coaching journal is a powerful tool from Executive Coaching that anybody can use to help achieve their development objectives. Continue reading “Benefits of a Coaching Journal” »
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