DON’T DEFER TO AUTHORITY, BUILD TRUST, SAYS BLAKEY

COACHING AT WORK ANNUAL CONFERENCE, LONDON, 1 JULY 2015 By Kate McGuire When asked by a colleague why he was leaving a successful career in leadership to become a coach, John Blakey said that he was leaving a predictable career in management to become a leader. Blakey believes working as a coach during the 10 years since has transformed his leadership skills. He’s had to bring considerable attention to building trust, which he defines as behaving in a way that maximises the potential for trust in relationships and inspiring trust in others. Trust in large corporations is at its lowest […]

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