Tag Archives: clarity

Why ‘WHY’ matters when influencing others

As a coach it’s absolutely fantastic to get regular news of how my coachees are progressing. Many have moved onto more senior roles within their present companies, or been headhunted into new ones. Others are moving lock-stock-and-barrel to new countries … Continue reading

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About to burst to overflowing… what’s in your teacup?

OK I admit it. I’m a bit of a BBC Radio 4 freak and love listening into some of my favourite programmes, including ‘Start the Week’  whilst I’m pottering about doing this and that. The series ‘Campaign Sidebar’ has been … Continue reading

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Getting connected to a bigger purpose – do you feel plugged in?

Health Warning: this article might make you think differently and perhaps feel some unusual reactions. Go with it and reflect on what it might mean for you, your leadership style, and how the message might impact on you having an … Continue reading

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