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Celebrating National Read A Book Day! Barrie and Clare share their favourite latest reads.…
Clear communication, excellent listening skills, ability to provide clear direction, ability to motivate people and being able to respond to change effectively are not new traits when it comes to management, but according to CMI's Better Managers Roadmap they have become even more important in 2021.…
Leadership is a central role in any company and for any individual's career development. To become an effective leader and propel your career forward, you need the soft skills needed to complete your portfolio as a leader. Soft skills such as being a good listener, a good communicator, and much more. …
The coaching industry has grown massively over the past decade (according to ICF, the estimated market size is expected to reach $20 billion USD by 2022, the coaching industry is one of the fastest growing sectors in the world!), yet a lot of people who get qualified don’t use or utilise the wonders coaching supervision can provide them with. I am a qualified coach, why do I need a supervision – you might be thinking? Here are the top three reasons why coaching supervision will make you a better coach:…
The terms ‘coach’ and ‘coaching’ are often used in many contexts, such as in sports, business and life. People often have different perceptions and understanding of what coaching is. In this article, we will look at what coaching is and its benefits, where it can be used and what professional development is important. Our focus is in the business and organisational context.…
What is the difference between leadership and management? If you look at the sheer number of business management and leadership books published each year, you will realise there is much discussion about what the difference is and how to be one over the other. It is commonly agreed that the main difference lies in the fact that managers have a group of people who work for them whilst leaders have a group of people that follow them, often with better results.…
What is the best way to offer challenge in coaching and supervision? What does the word 'challenge' actually mean and how does it apply in our work? Read on for a summary of an interesting professional discussion about challenge and what it means to Clare Smale and Emma Ford. …
Can professional education and qualifications help to prepare leaders and managers to deal with crisis points?…
In this article we explore how you might achieve the best professional qualifications to help your career transition. There are two compelling reasons for achieving a professional qualification: (1) Gain a competitive edge in recruitment and selection processes. You will already have great experience from your military career. Now you’ll have the powerful combination of experience AND a qualification. (2) It is a ‘double win’. Firstly it demonstrates your commitment to continuing professional development and learning. This tells recruiters you are a person who seeks to be the best you can be. Secondly it provides credibility and shows you are serious about professionalism.…
Are you an accidental manager? Are you one of the managers stifling UK productivity? Is your inadequate knowledge and underdeveloped skills behind the economy's slow growth? “CMI has been warning of the danger of accidental managers for years, and its research has estimated that as many as four out of five managers are accidental managers – that’s equivalent to 2.4 million bosses without adequate training not performing to their best.”…
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