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ACAS STREAMLINES COACHING WITH LEAN APPROACH

by Nicole Berg Workplace relations training organisation, Acas, has boosted the number of managers holding quick coaching-style conversations, supporting its large-scale cultural transformation, thanks to partnering with Thrive Partners. Thrive Partners aims to democratise coaching and mentoring by making it happen easily and quickly – a Lean approach. It supported Acas to adopt a Lean […]

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COACHING AT WORK ANNUAL CONFERENCE, LONDON, UK, 4 JULY 2018 – COACHES MUST FIND THEIR PLACE IN THE TECH FUTURE

Disruptive technology can offer many benefits, including improvements in cost efficiency, diagnostics, agility, accuracy, learning effectiveness and the ability to offer on-demand support – and to more people. by Nicole Berg If we embrace technology as a profession, as individual practitioners and as employers, it can present many opportunities, suggested a panel at the Coaching […]

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COACHING AT WORK ANNUAL CONFERENCE, LONDON, 4 JULY 2018 – LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION: WHY IT RESONATES

by Nicole Berg What if we coached with a location, not in spite of it? asked Rachel Ellison MBE She presented a case study at the Coaching at Work annual conference, of coaching one client across six different public spaces, explaining that this style of coaching requires working with uncertainty and response. She gave the […]

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RELATIONSHIP SOS: THE CHALLENGING LONE WOLF OPINION

Resistance, even by a single employee, can hinder major workplace change. Strong relations must be forged if that change is to be accepted. The TRUST equation helps benchmark trustworthiness – and get your plan back on track by Nicole Berg A client of mine, Maria, has recently transitioned into a role that is new to […]

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RELATIONSHIP SOS: THE CHALLENGING EMPLOYEE

Raising awareness of disruptive behaviours in relationships – Part 4. How can a coach help a client address behaviours and take responsibility for their part in creating an unhealthy relationship dynamic? This issue: stonewalling Nicole Berg If you’re like me, you might enjoy attending meetings that involve your client. I like it because I’m able […]

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OPINION: GENDER – DOMESTIC ABUSE PART 2

How abuse affects work In Part 1 of our report on domestic abuse, we defined abuse and its various forms, and described the episodic cycle of abuse; codependency; and the self-perpetuating nature of abuse. In Part 2, and the final article in our Acts of Balance series, we explore creating workplace solutions to domestic abuse. […]

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