Case studies




Can you self coach?

Ask even the most experienced coaches whether they coach themselves, and the answer is invariably that they find it very difficult.  They are fantastic at holding the space for their clients and to ask those powerful questions that shift the thinking in their client... but ask them to do it for themselves, and that's another [...]

By |December 15th, 2020|Coaching|0 Comments

The Value of Coaching

It’s no mistake that the word ‘coach’ is the same as the word for a vehicle to take you on a journey… as that is also what coaching does – it takes you from a current state or situation to a new one.  Coaching is a valuable conversation.  We will agree what you want to [...]

By |September 5th, 2020|Coaching, Coaching Culture|0 Comments

Planning Tools and Signatures in the Days of Self-Isolation – by Chris Hall

In this compelling webinar, Chris Hall, a Wills and Probate Solicitor, talks about planning your wills, lasting power of attorney, planning for business continuity, vulnerable people and blended families.  You can watch the webinar by clicking here Agenda: Signing documents during lockdown How to protect your business How to protect vulnerable people Blended families Special [...]

By |April 14th, 2020|Care, Power of Attorney|0 Comments

Powers of Attorney- take control of your care needs – by Chris Hall

As social care is now top of the new government’s agenda, you can take control of your long-term care by drawing up a power of attorney. Why leave it up to the government to decide who manages your affairs? During your lifetime it is important to ensure that that you appoint attorneys to manage your [...]

By |November 14th, 2019|Care, Power of Attorney|0 Comments

Women in leadership roles, under pressure, high achievers, high stress… and eating disorders

The balance of women in senior positions in the work place is finally starting to shift a little, as the ‘lean in’ practices of women following Sheryl Sandberg’s great advice, (which I talk about in an earlier blog post… start to take effect. However, over a breakfast meeting with a client a couple of [...]

Flexing your leadership style – to the Team and the Situation

Leading a team can be complex – the strongest, high performing teams have members with a wide variety of strengths.  The members are all individuals and are all different.  This means that you have to adapt your leadership style to the individual.  Some of them may be ‘cloud thinkers’, some of them may be detailed [...]

By |February 16th, 2018|Coaching, Coaching Culture, leadership, leadership|0 Comments

Festive Wishes – Season’s Greetings

By |December 21st, 2017|Uncategorized|0 Comments

The Leader and Delegation

You've had your promotion - you are now in a position of management... you have a team who are doing what you used to do.  You are an expert in what they do.  You are so good at it and that is why you are now leading the team... so how do you now change [...]

By |August 2nd, 2017|Coaching|0 Comments

How Virtual Teams Achieve Optimum Performance

Today's post features a perspective paper written by Kate Cantellow.  Kate's “Project Excellence” article examines an issue which is becoming increasingly prevalent in the modern day workforce; how to overcome the unique challenges posed by ‘project teams’ and reach levels of high performance and collaboration within those teams. - - - Increasingly, more and more [...]

By |November 18th, 2016|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Business coaching unlocks female potential

Previous McKinsey studies have highlighted that the inclusion of women in leadership roles develops excellent, and even outstanding, performance.  Women and men working together at senior levels offer more intelligence with a diversity of talent focused on solving problems and fostering innovation. Yet, for example in the USA, to this day only 14% of women [...]

By |July 5th, 2016|Coaching, Women|0 Comments