TroubleShooter: flexible flyer?

An associate in a leading law firm attends a half-day workshop, then two sessions of coaching as part of the firm’s leadership development programme. On paper, he is highly focused, yet his main contribution to the workshop was a series of “Yes, but…” responses. Are his comments a key to his disengagement? Param is cited […]

TroubleShooter: Delivering the goods

An experienced senior manager will be returning to work part-time after her maternity leave. Can she effectively maintain a professional and personal life within the hours of her post-maternity contract? Susan is a service manager of a global company that contributes to the growth, profitability and efficiency of the parent company. She is a member […]

Troubleshooter: Collision course

The strategic head of a global telecoms organisation is considered integral to the business. But when a new CEO arrives with his own team, the head is left isolated and unclear of his role. What now? Colin is a vice president of a multinational telecommunications company. He was hired as head of strategy for his […]

TroubleShooter: Let’s make tracks

A coach is finding that some of her clients are becoming stuck. They can see changes they want to make, but ingrained behaviour keeps setting them on the wrong path. Time to bring in neuroscience? Madeleine is curious to see whether neuroscience can shed any light on a problem many of her clients face. She […]

TroubleShooter: give me a break!

A successful sales manager has been given a major management role. Unexpectedly, he finds himself overwhelmed by demands and unable to make an impact in his role. Can coaching give him space? Adam has recently been promoted to head up the drinks products division of a packaging giant. His background in sales means he knows […]

Troubleshooter: Man of the world

Jon is a senior sales director with a solid history of success leading teams. However, they have always been British, and he must now lead a multicultural team. How can he negotiate the cultural divides? Jon is an experienced senior manager, currently EMEA sales director in a global engineering company. He has recently moved divisions […]

TroubleShooter: pulling power

The new regional leader of a global business is faced with a team that delivers to target, but refuses to work collectively, and does not see the need for development. How can he build strategic focus in them? Peter is the leader of a country board of an international organisation. He was promoted internally from […]

Troubleshooter: Credit Where It’s Due

Conspired against by her unusual, yet highly effective skills, hired by the  ‘wrong’ division and stalled in management fast-track, this clever, yet frustrated, specialist wants the recognition she deserves. But how? Margaret is a highly skilled, educated and intelligent technical specialist working for a blue-chip organisation. She is recognised by peers and seniors for her […]

Troubleshooter

IS IT ON THE CARDS? A coach at a global organisation has discovered that his client, who wants promotion, is heading towards a disciplinary. However, his boss hasn’t told him this. Can supervision help the coach find clarity? A large multinational engineering company employs seven executive coaches. There ought to be clarity around the desired coaching […]