Category Archives: change

Stepping out

The do it now post that was the last thing I put on here turned out a bit on the prophetic side, because I decided to do something radical, back then in December 2011, and by July 2012 I had … Continue reading

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Do it NOW

Nearly the end of the year, less than two hours to go.  Have you made a list of resolutions?  I started my list, and I thought, why wait til the 1st? I started yesterday. So I’m off to bed, as … Continue reading

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What does it mean to be a Professional Certified Coach?

When I got to my emails this afternoon, there was a solstice present which had been sitting there from the night before (apparently the solstice was a day late this year… should we worry?): The ICF have awarded me my … Continue reading

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Resolution … Evolution

It’s that time of year. I get bloody minded about new year resolutions: you won’t catch me in the gym in January, it’s too full of people regretting that final slice of Christmas cake. And really, it makes better sense … Continue reading

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Compromise

What do we mean when we talk about compromise?  I get the feeling it can be rather a negative idea. The OED definition is: To settle a dispute by mutual concession; or to bring under suspicion or into danger by … Continue reading

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Surviving the ‘RE-organisation’

I’ve been thinking some more about redundancy, and its impact, not on the people who leave an organisation, but on those left behind. In the days when I worked for big organisations, there would be a reorganisation about every three … Continue reading

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Why Lead? NLP for leaders: Metaprogrammes 1

First in a series of blogs based on the manual for the leadership course Why Lead? developed with Steve Boyden for Revolution-Evolution To be or not to be is not a question of compromise. Either you be or you don’t … Continue reading

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