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Month: March 2019

Coaching Wednesdays: Self-efficacy

  Do you believe in your ability to manage a task successfully, and generally cope with life’s challenges? Self-efficacy, or the beliefs you hold about your capability, has a huge impact on how you think, feel, behave and motivate yourself. High levels of self-efficacy means we are more likely to set goals, demonstrate persistence when […]

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Coaching Wednesdays: Coaching on the spot

Many of our clients encourage their team leaders, managers and heads of department to develop a coaching style of management.  Typically this focuses on the need to hold back from directing staff members.  Let’s face it, it’s so much easier and quicker to simply tell someone what to do.  Or another approach often used by managers […]

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Coaching Wednesdays: Coaching for resilience

What is resilience? Resilience is often described as the ability to bounce back after facing some difficulty.  Or getting back up when you fall. Recent research by Lawton Smith (2017) suggests that resilience is actually more than bounce-back from past events.  It also includes acceptance about the current reality whilst being able to envision the […]

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Coaching Wednesdays: Coaching in the VUCA environment

Many of us are working in what is commonly referred to as a VUCA environment.  VUCA stands for: volatility, uncertainty, complexity and ambiguity.  Or put another way; ‘the ongoing churn in the business environment’ (Bennett & Lemoine 2014). The term VUCA originates from the US military and was applied to the emerging contexts that organisations […]

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