Add coaching to your resume and see the results

by Susanne Knowles | December 8, 2017 | Blog | You wouldn’t be on this site unless you are interested in coaching. Maybe you, yourself, are a recipient  of coaching and are enjoying its benefits? Have you ever considered passing those benefits onto others? Has it ever...

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Coaching is an expected competency of leaders

by Susanne Knowles | Nov 24, 2017 | Blog | “I know of no single formula for success. But over the years I have observed that some attributes of leadership are universal and are often about finding ways of encouraging people to combine their efforts, their talents,...

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How To Make Coaching Your Legacy

by Susanne Knowles | Nov. 21, 2017 | Blog | Coaching gives you an opportunity  to make a difference in someone else’s life, but limiting coaching to this definition is myopic. Yes, the coaching process is bounded by time but the  impact of an effective coaching...

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How Feedback Information Can Improve Productivity

by Susanne Knowles | Oct 26, 2017 | Blog | Feedback mirrors to us how our environment perceives our actions or behaviour. We may not notice it but in reality feedback happens almost all of the time. Consciously or unconsciously we express opinions as we engage in a...

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What Outcomes Can Leaders Expect From Coaching?

by Susanne Knowles | Oct 9, 2017 | Blog | Leadership coaching has stolen the limelight from the traditional corporate training. From commanding, directing and teaching for a definite period of time to empowering individuals and relationship building.  It has generated...

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Developing a Coaching Culture

by Susanne Knowles | Oct. 2, 2017 | Blog | A coaching culture, as current studies would define it, is a manifestation in the organisational life of the values and principles rooted in the practice of coaching as a tool to sustain or spur business success through...

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How To Measure The Benefits Of Coaching

by Susanne Knowles | Sept 21, 2017 | Blog | “You can’t improve what you can’t measure.” So goes an old adage which science supports and common sense accepts. In other words, if we cannot measure the difference between what was and what is, no progress can be assessed....

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