We live and breathe coaching and all things learning and development. Here you’ll find out the inner most secrets of our Coachable brains and probably learn a few things you can take and keep for yourself. You’re very welcome.
We love Radical Candor as a concept but it's sometimes poorly applied in reality. Giving feedback without the right level of care is shitty boss territory. Let's explore how to build the right level of CARE into how you deliver feedback with the COIN model and coach-level conversation skills.
Leading and coaching someone you don't like can be a challenge that tests you on many levels. Here's some tips to help you overcome those barriers which are getting in the way of your relationships.
Get your hard copy of the Little Book of Coachable Questions for a special pre-order price of just £11.99. It's too good to not have a copy on your desk.
When was the last time you opened your laptop and thought was “Who can I piss off today?” Never. We all have positive intentions, but we don't always have a positive impact. In this post we explore how to close the gap between your intent and impact and be more conscious of the impact you're having.
Effective facilitation techniques are essential for creating engaging and inclusive discussions during team meetings. We look at Round Robins and Popcorn style. When to use them and why they work.
Ineffective team meetings? Suffering from a lack of participation, domination by a few voices, and a real lack of fresh ideas? We explore Nancy Kline's Time to Think model and how you can use it to facilitate more effective team meetings.
If you've got a complex decision to make which requires buy-in from others, consider using the POWER model, created by our very own co-founder Liz Whitney.
Coachable leaders are built differently. We define them as leaders who have mastered a coaching mindset, along with six core behaviours. This post explores those behaviours in more detail.
Coaching cultures - bit of a buzzword but how do you create one and why should you even bother? This post explores practical strategies and some key considerations to be mindful of when looking to foster a coaching culture in your organisation.
None of us are perfect and we're all occasionally a shitty boss. But here are five red flags (and things to avoid).
Sometimes being a leader is a lot. Exhausting. Relentless. The fire fighting never stops. But if we spend too long in the zone of delusion we risk even more issues.
Part one of our five part series on how to design an award worthy leadership programme. Let's start with getting that all important buy-in from your budget holders, people leaders and learners.
Part Two of our five part series on how to design an award worthy leadership programme. In this post we go deeper on defining success for your programme with your stakeholders.
Part three of our five part series on how to design an award worthy leadership programme. In this post we explore learning design, which we aren't ashamed to admit is our favourite part.
Part four of our series on how to design an award worthy leadership programme. In this post we'll explore comms and marketing to maintain high levels of engagement from both your stakeholders and learners.
The final part of our five part series on designing an award worthy leadership programme. In this post we'll answer ten of the most common questions we hear from L&D clients we speak to.
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