Tag Archives: accountability

What’s making you feel demotivated?

It’s August. Here in the UK, it’s the main holiday season. The rush hour roads are quieter, the beaches are busier. Tumbleweed is rolling through the aisles of some offices whilst theme parks are packed. There seems to be one topic … Continue reading

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How should we behave? John Perry Barlow had some suggestions

Watching the nightly news can be a depressing experience. We are presented with story after story which are, at their hearts, all about how badly people behave towards one another. For this reason, an obituary of John Perry Barlow caught … Continue reading

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When you’ve made the big changes, what’s next?

During the course of a coaching programme, many of my clients will make some pretty big changes to their work or to their lives. These big changes have dramatic results. What happens after that? Is that it – job done? … Continue reading

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Does character matter?

As we began a session, my client – let’s call him Dan – produced a quote he’d seen: ‘Be more concerned with your character than your reputation, because your character is what you really are, while your reputation is merely … Continue reading

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From August 2010: The long and winding road

I’m taking a screen break for a couple of weeks so am bringing you a couple of August archive posts – this week, it’s the turn of The long and winding road … When I started training as a coach, … Continue reading

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One month in – sticking to resolutions

We are four weeks into January: Christmas seems a long time ago, the time for wishing each other ‘Happy New Year’ has passed and most of the time we’re writing ‘2016’ instead of ‘2015’. From a couple of conversations I’ve … Continue reading

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Whose fault is it anyway?

‘I’m fed up with this blame culture:’ said a client to me recently, ‘there has to be a better way of handling problems.’ This reminded me of the BBC Radio 4 programme ‘From the cockpit to the operating theatre’ which … Continue reading

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