Working Transitions

SPOTLIGHT ON... SPECIALIST COACHING SERVICES

There is a wealth of evidence to suggest that, with the right coaching support, individuals can overcome many barriers – whether cognitive, behavioural, performance, attitudinal or career-goal related.  We talk frequently about the value of embedding a coaching culture within an organisation.  Managers, who are confident and capable of having regular coaching conversations with their teams drive progress, encourage internal mobility and promote an open and positive environment for the entire workforce.  Although it can take time to invest in, build and embed leadership coaching capability, the increase in trust and commercial benefits to the organisation can be dramatic and long-lasting.

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Scoring a career goal – what we can learn from Rooney’s international departure

Over the last few weeks Wayne Rooney has completely re-focused his career. Although there are many views as to whether he has done the right thing, it’s undeniable that he appears to have taken control of the next stage of his career by demonstrating characteristics he has always displayed on the pitch – pace and focus. It’s also clear that, although the execution has been swift, he has been thinking about moving to Everton and bowing out of his England career for some time.

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7 steps to survive your companys re organisation

Working Transitions' Neil Lewis talks about the concept of 'Survivor Syndrome' in this Fast Company article about how to survive an organisational restructure

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Imposter Syndrome, Mindset & The Dark Side - why Harriet didn’t apply for the top job

Harriet Harman has today announced that she would “definitely” have beaten Ed Miliband in the 2010 Labour leadership had she chosen to stand.

While acting leader in 2010, Ms Harman said party members told her she was "nailing it" and asked her why she was not up for the job.  Harman told BBC Radio 4 “ "I was so relieved not to be cocking the whole thing up that I took it as a great compliment, but I didn't go that next step and think they're asking me why I'm not going for leader”.  She went onto explain that she didn’t put herself forward for the post because there was “no sense anywhere, as there often is with women, that I was leadership material.”

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