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Have You Done Enough To Manage Performance?

Like most leaders, performance will be constantly at the forefront of your thinking. You know that people in your team can do better, but you’re struggling to find the recipe for success. Use the 7PC model to assess an individual’s (or team’s) performance.

Coaching News: July 2020

Coaching News: July 2020

Coaching and related articles gathered from around the world in July ’20, written by thought leaders in the coaching profession.

Great Leaders Learn From Failure, They Don’t Dwell On It!

Great Leaders Learn From Failure, They Don’t Dwell On It!

Great leaders learn from failure, they don't beat themselves up about the mistakes they’ve made! I'd go as far to say if you’re not making mistakes, you’re not actually doing anything! The experiences and events in our lives play a major part in the levels of confidence we have to do a job. Yet, although two people can go through the same experience, one may be confident...

Six Essential Skills for Building and Maintaining Rapport

Six Essential Skills for Building and Maintaining Rapport

Have you ever had the experience of being with someone who you just click with? The kind of situation where this person seems like an old friend, even though you may be meeting for the first time? This is an example of what psychologists call rapport. Being able to build and maintain rapport with other people isn't just a key for successful influence, it's also one of the...

What Does Peeling Bananas Have To Do With Peak Performance?

What Does Peeling Bananas Have To Do With Peak Performance?

To attain peak performance, you'll need to change how you do those things that up to now have been working okay. It's quite natural to settle for what we know works, even if it doesn't work every time. Let me tell you a story... I learned how to peel a banana when I was a very young boy and I've spent my entire life believing I was pretty good at it! Sure, there's been the...

Do You Encourage Your Team To Share Their Problems With You?

Do You Encourage Your Team To Share Their Problems With You?

Do you encourage people in your team to bring you their problems or solutions? Over the years, I've heard many leaders say "I want my team to bring me solutions, not problems!", and there is a good reason for this. Having people constantly knocking at your door, telling you what's wrong with their world and hoping you will fix it for them is not a sustainable way of working....

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