Everybody Needs A Coach
The latest buzz word in the business world is coaching. The word appears in business reviews, management books, in lectures, corporate brochures, and training sessions. But, the understanding of coaching and its benefits are not as clear and transparent as the apparent desire by managers and executives to use the approach. In fact, the skills required and the process of coaching are not necessarily new to people. However, what is new is the paradigm shift that is often necessary for people to be coaches instead of just doing it.
The Impact of Interpersonal Relations for Senior Executives
I have been coaching senior executives for eight years now, from a range of industries including high-tech, pharmaceuticals, financial institutions, consultancies and many more, and I can’t stop thinking about how the majority of them have come to me not because of their inability to do their job but because they want to be able to get more out of themselves, their interactions with others and more out of their own people.
A Job Search Must Co-Exist With Your Day Job
Imagine you have finally come to the decision to move on from your current job after months /perhaps years of thinking about whether to make the step or not. Now, one of the big challenges you face is that you have to search for that new perfect job while you are still full-time employed.