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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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Eiger here or you go there? What’s it to be?

I was bought up fearing big mountains like Everest as monstrous unfathomable slabs of rock that consumed countless mountaineers. The Eiger was particularly notorious with its menacing north face staring down many a brave attempt to conquer it. Some died … Continue reading

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