No-nonsense coaching

In our continuing interview series with Craig, we’re chatting today about his passion for one-to-one coaching. Q. In a nutshell what is one-to-one coaching? This is where one person dedicates themselves to helping the other person find their own answers by asking beautifully crafted and thought-provoking questions and listening until their ears hurt. Craig’s recent…

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What advice would you give your younger self if you could travel back in time?

Sue was recently reading ‘The Last Lecture’, co-authored by Randy Pausch about a series of lectures where academics are asked to think about what matters to them, and then give a hypothetical ‘final talk’. It got her thinking what practical advice she could offer her younger self. Imagine if at 22, you receive a letter/email…

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Engaging with technology is all about attitude, not age  

Sue recently read an article reporting how young people and millennials are embracing technology much faster than older people. I find this a tad disappointing as I’m very happy with technology and use multiple IT channels numerous times every day. Why should my age (50 in case you’re wondering!) be a perceived blocker? My positive…

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Why tone of voice matters but often fails

Lucy was reading some terms and conditions recently (well she started to; she didn’t get to the bottom because they were far too boring) and it occurred to her that they didn’t reflect the organisation they belonged to. I know that businesses need to include the ‘small-print’ somewhere, but I’ve heard that the most common…

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