Archive for the ‘Coaching’ Category
In my work, I meet a lot of coaches and consultants. I meet them both as professional peers and as participants in the programmes that I run. There is one thing however, which is a pattern I see in many, which is the tendency to compulsively coach. What I mean by this is that they […]
360 degree feedback is a standard practice of the leadership development and coaching industry. It is commonly used, and organisations will spend considerable sums of money developing competency frameworks for their organisations, defining behaviours for those competencies, and assigning different behaviours to different hierarchical levels. They will then subsequently build a 360 degree feedback instrument based upon this […]
Roffey Park Institute has today launched a free A-Z guide to coaching entitled ‘Coaching – a guide to developing your passion and skills.’ As a co-author of the guide, I have a vested interest in promoting it, but in all seriousness click through and download it, and then let me know your thoughts.