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Looking to save some time? What for?

Matt and I were talking recently and he mentioned that he wanted to become more efficient in 2018 and to save time wherever possible. ‘How much time are you hoping to save?’ I asked. ‘Not sure. Just looking to shave … Continue reading

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Twenty minutes to help you craft a successful 2018

Yesterday, a client – let’s call her Fiona – contacted me to set up her next session. I asked her if she’d had a good Christmas and how she’d spent New Year’s Eve. ‘Lovely Christmas, thanks. As for New Year, … Continue reading

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Have yourself a merry little Christmas!

Whatever you’re doing and whoever you’re with, may it be a joyful time! Michelle ps I’ll be back on the blog on Friday 5 January 2018.   Turning over pebbles is the blog of Thinking Space Coaching.  If you’re ready … Continue reading

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Is empathy important?

That’s the question with which my client – let’s call him Andy – opened a recent session. ‘Is empathy important? I’ve got a guy in my department who is technically brilliant at his job. I also have a vacancy for … Continue reading

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Do you want your group to make better decisions? Try a stepladder!

Here is a scenario which has come up in discussions with several of my coaching clients over the years: do you recognise it? You are in a meeting where it seems that the same people contribute all the time. You … Continue reading

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Do you spend your time on what adds most value?

Earlier this week, I met with a client – let’s call her Julia – who felt that she’d lost her focus at work. Knowing that she wanted to address this in her next session, I had previously asked her to … Continue reading

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Is ‘bouncing back’ an essential part of resilience?

Resilience comes up frequently both in coaching conversations and conversations I have with friends and family. It’s a much desired quality in the workplace and a very useful quality in life too. I’ve written about resilience on this blog before … Continue reading

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