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Manager as coach 1: when the Manager has the agenda

Immediately after completing the Relational Dynamics Coaching I found myself in a role where I was line-managing a large team. Keen to apply my new coaching skills to working with my new colleagues, I began to use coaching skills with the people reporting to me – with mixed success at first as I struggled to work out when to use coaching and when to use other styles. 618 more words

Manager As Coach

Darrow's: Farm Fresh Takeout Enterprise

115 East 18th St (Union Square)        Tel. 212.321.0997

Their Success…The increased aversion to processed, unhealthy fast food is causing New York City diners to become more and more aware of their health and what they are putting into their bodies. 320 more words

Retail Spotlight

Mindset Shift – Whoa!

Mindset Shift – Whoa!

I was working with a group of senior academics yesterday, training them in coaching skills.  It always interests me how the coaching mindset is very different from the traditional management mindset.  440 more words


Accepting and Conferring

To accept a favour from a friend is to confer one – John Churton Collins

I picked a short one today I hope as I am feeling unusually ‘flat’ this week and am scared of what may pour forth. 1,562 more words

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Better to have tried, than died wondering – AATS calls it quits

You’ve got to admire a business when it realises its time to pull the pin, cash in its chips, decide enough’s enough, or whatever other term to describe shutting shop. 446 more words


Story marketplace makes its play in internet-dominated media space (allaboutthestory)

Hands up those people who know how the world of newspapers and magazines and journalism and writing’s going to play out in the internet world! 934 more words


What it's like to be interviewed - by Mark Twain

JULIE STARR: “No one likes to be interviewed, and yet no one likes to say no; for interviewers are courteous and gentle-mannered, even when they come to destroy,” wrote Mark Twain. 68 more words

Whitireia Journalism School