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  1. Setting up coaching for success - find the right coach for you

    Posted December 2 2014

    So often in life, the pattern for what follows is set almost before you’ve even noticed you’ve begun. So too with coaching, whether coaching and individual or a team. There are opportunities, and pitfalls at the very start of every coaching assignment, and how all parties respond has a huge impact on the way the rest of the work will pan out.

    Today, in the first of a series on setting up coaching for success, I’m going to look at the first step in setting up one to one coaching so that it achieves all that you, and your organisation, hope for.

  2. ​Coaching: professional relationships

    Posted December 2 2014

    I’ve been looking a lot at relationships recently. I do this every day of course in my work, but I was recently on a training course called Professional Relationship Coaching, run by Sandra Wilson for Coaching Development, which was all about how to specifically use coaching to support a relationship between two people, in a business setting.

  3. Prioritising Prioritisation!

    Posted October 22 2014

    It’s a topic that crops up in coaching all the time: how to cut through the sheer volume of activity, identify the priorities, and do what matters, without getting drawn into things that aren’t key, or that don’t support the strategy. In short, how to stay on track.

  4. Hold on tight to that back to school feeling!

    Posted October 21 2014

    Over recent years I've noticed that September and October has increasingly become a time when people re-group and re-focus after the summer. I certainly see this in clients and client organisations. But as the clocks go back and the weather changes, it's too easy to forget about the good intentions we set in late summer and fall back into old habits. At Talent Dynamics, we want to help you to hold on tight to that excited and organised, back to school feeling.