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2 days ago, by Pj
Coaching Qualifications - worth it or worthless?
Whats your views on coaching qualifications?
Which are the coaching qualifications that you really rate and value? If you are a client or coachee can you share which qualifications you recognise and value..... if you're a coach, what's your experience of coaching qualifications, programmes and development? Which ones are worth it..... which are worthless!
I'm a fan of professionalising our coaching industry and raising both the flag and the standards of coaching.
Let's rave about our coaching.
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7 weeks ago, by Pj
Coaching delivers demonstrable value.
I'm a fan of coaching, be that business coaching, executive coaching, life coaching, team coaching, health, sport, performance coaching.
So my rave is that coaching works and delivers valid, demonstrable change, often quantifiable value....
But my rant is that not enough businesses look at coaching as a key part of their developmental strategy.
So let's all rave about coaching , and share quality articles and insights to educate the world about the genuine value of coaching, in all its forms.
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79 weeks ago, by James
New Year Resolutions
It's that time again. Are NY resolutions a good idea or more likely to fail than other plans?
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83 weeks ago, by Pj
G4S, really?
G4S seem to win some fabulous contracts and yet seem appear incapable of doing a decent job.
They messed up their 2012 Olympic contract - which was an absolute - disgrace, their staff have been accused of bullying and now they hand over a prison because they can't cope.
On top of this, and their billion pound turnover, they pay no tax apparently.
Given this, I wonder what their values are, and his this impacts on people , decisions, investment in people etc.
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91 weeks ago, by James
Find time for boredom
I was reading an article about mindfulness recently and it suggested that we find time for boredom, as this is a state that encourages a mindful state.

This seems controversial. Boredom is a word that has gained a bad reputation. What do you think? Is boredom a good state to get into?
87 weeks ago, by Wendy
Boredom can be a good state to get into. It can be the start of something new, a change in the status quo, a wake up call that it is time to move on. Boredom is only bad if it does not lead to change.
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99 weeks ago, by Pj
Jake Livermore , good work.
Great to hear premiership footballer Jake Livermore talking so openly and honestly about his poor choices and behaviours that got him banned from football, and how he has changed.

Given that footballers are not known for their emotional intelligence, jake Livermore has publicly bucked the trend and shown himself and football in a very open and positive light!

Having coached pro footballers to a high level I know how hard it is for them to say what needs saying, without fear of retribution.
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100 weeks ago, by Pj
Diving and Football
There's me thinking Tom Daly was a great diver until I saw some of the Premiership Footballers who perform incredible diving feats.
Frankly it's a disgrace that some players, including the talented Diego Costa, would have been placed higher than Daly at the recent Olymoics. The 27 year Chelsea star is a hugely skilled player, but he is not a great player because he has a nasty cheating streak.
When will the FA stop this ridiculous sub sport in football before it ruins the great game.
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102 weeks ago, by Pj
Challenging conversations
Challenging conversations!
So few people actually have them, let alone have them effectively. Most avoid the subject, leave it to some one else or hope it goes away..... Recently a senior partner of a professional services company told me how he'd waited several weeks for news of a promotion from the managing partner....eventually he asked for feedback to be told he did not get the role and that the managing partner had not known how to tell him because it was 'difficult'.
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87 weeks ago, by Wendy
The managing partner, like so many senior executives, needs some education on communication, feedback and relationships.
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