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New Signature Corporate Training 0

Posted on 12, September 2016

in Category coaching, Emotional Intelligence, Mindset, People Development

Signature Corporate Training

Here is a great opportunity to combine a trip to an exotic location with some valuable learning – join David Rigby and Randa Shanableh in Casablanca from 26th – 30th September for a trio of courses delivered in English and Arabic.   And….get a Free Trip to Ali Ben al Falah Horse Display in Marrakech in the evening on 28th September.   Choose from the following courses: 1.   Building a Personal Brand using C-me Colour Profiling and LinkedIn LinkedIn is the most used and most successful digital professional network in the world. Used properly it can increase your social standing and worth, [&hellip

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Be the Best You Can Be 0

Posted on 23, March 2016

in Category coaching, Mentoring, Mindset

I recently listened to David Hemery of 1968 gold medal Olympics fame and of 21st Century Legacy fame.   Last year he ran the London Marathon to raise money for 21st Century Legacy. For those not in the know 21st Century Legacy is behind the Be the Best You Can Be! programme in schools to unlock the valuable potential in each child. David is an inspiring speaker, fundraiser, coach and do-er, and has worked assiduously with 21st Century Legacy to raise funds to ensure the charity can provide this great programme at minimum cost to schools.  He has been a [&hellip

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Posted on 1, February 2016

in Category coaching, Decisions, leadership, Mindset, Motivation, New year's resolutions, Training

The Rolls-Royce Women Network, which was re-launched September 2015, organise the Insight Hours.   The Insight Hours happen quarterly with the aim of providing employees with the opportunity to meet members of the leadership team. The objective of these sessions is to go beyond the general assumptions of senior management roles stepping into the personal and professional moments they bring.   “Instead of a monologue by the guest speaker, the small size of the group provides a space where ideas and experiences can be shared, providing a great opportunity to really get to know the person“, explained Patricia Patilla Sanchez, [&hellip

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The importance of strength of mind 0

Posted on 20, February 2015

in Category coaching, leadership

More and more we as leaders are being asked to work outside the box and work in a way that generates new thinking, options and approaches. But where do we start? Well, it all begins with some thinking and some strength of mind. Strength of mind refers to the focus of our thinking. If we focus on what goes well, what we do well and what our strengths are, feelings of success and achievement emerge. If we focus on the gaps and the things we can’ do the opposite happens. So where does this come from? Originally from the Appreciative [&hellip

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Risk it and try some collaboration? 1

Posted on 3, February 2015

in Category coaching, Growing your Business, leadership

Effective Leadership

What are the current trends on problems for companies and people? Companies are looking for more tailored and integrated ways of driving action. When trying to marshal large scale, diverse and remote work forces ‘one size fits all’ doesn’t work. Localized, targeted and aligned programmes have a far higher chance of success. They need to regenerate a sense of belonging and re-establish trust and integrity. Having open and clear conversations has an enormous pay off on the bottom line. Collaborative forms of leadership, create followers that engage and want to succeed. Recent research shows that during the recession MDs/CEOs were [&hellip

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The wolf in sheeps clothing: the ‘soft’ side of change is really the ‘hard’ side 0

Posted on 23, November 2013

in Category coaching, leadership

While it is sometimes called the “soft” side of change, managing the people side of a change is often the most challenging and critical component of an organizational transformation.  But, it is getting people on board and participating in the change that will make the difference. Individuals will have to do their jobs differently, and it is the degree to which they change their behaviours and work processes that will make or break the merger or acquisition. The “soft” side of change is many times actually the “harder” side of change. Change management is taking care of the people side of change. It does little good [&hellip

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Five essential attributes of excellent CEOs 0

Posted on 23, November 2013

in Category coaching, leadership, News, Uncategorized

  There are many different views as to which attributes are essential to be an excellent CEO.  Take a moment out from your busy urgent day-to-day business and consider some issues which are important for business leaders, issues which others rarely – or dare not – ask them, and that with the pressure of business, they may not often askthemselves: Awareness, Vision, Imagination, Responsibility, and Action.  Question yourself   Do I really know what is happening within my organisation, and outside? Can I make sense of it? What is the extent and limit of my responsibility? Am I responsible for [&hellip

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Test your Emotional Intelligence 0

Posted on 17, November 2013

in Category coaching, Uncategorized

Test your Emotional Intelligence Take our Emotional Intelligence Test below by marking yourself out of 10 for each of the 16 statements. For statements 1-10 mark yourself up to 10 if you think you are good at this For statements 11-16 mark yourself up to 10 if you fall in the middle veering to 0 if you are at the extremes. If you scored less than 100 perhaps you could benefit from some coaching from our Confidence and Positive Psychology coaches – even more relevant in Business than in your private live. Emotional Intelligence Test It is hard to develop [&hellip

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