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Meaning and purpose

The link between happiness and purpose

By Charles Brook | February 27, 2019

Life is unpredictable. We never quite know what’s going to happen to us, even with the best laid plans. There are so many factors involved, so many unknowns. When you’re …

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reverse mentoring

Reverse Mentoring: Does it bridge the divide?

By Charles Brook | January 23, 2019

In an age of echo chambers and generational divide, reverse mentoring strides onto the scene, turning over hierarchies and proclaiming new strategies. The evolution of an idea A term first …

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choosing a coach

15 signs a coach can deliver what they claim

By Charles Brook | September 14, 2018

In theory the first sign should be a qualification. ICF, EMCC, ILM and the Association for Coaching are the main accrediting bodies for leadership coaches. They all exist to uphold …

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Active Listening

Active Listening: how often as coaches and leaders do we reflect on our listening skills?

By TPC Leadership | June 18, 2015

The term listening and especially active listening can easily be bandied about without consideration of the actual ingredients, let alone the complexities of delivering it consistently within the coaching environment. …

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Relational Leadership

I sei stili di Leadership basati sull’Intelligenza Emotiva

By Mihaela-Leocadia Hartescu | September 30, 2014

L’Intelligenza Emotiva è un set di competenze emotive e sociali che influenza il modo in cui percepiamo ed esprimiamo noi stessi, sviluppiamo e manteniamo le relazioni, gestiamo i cambiamenti e …

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Relational Leadership

Managing transference and countertransference

By TPC Leadership | July 7, 2014

Within a coaching relationship, unchecked transference can hinder the ability to hold positive regard and a nonjudgemental position and research has found it is often the cause of the deterioration …

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Relational Leadership

Il Triangolo di Galtung per l’analisi dei conflitti

By Sandro Mazzi | January 26, 2014

Il modello di Galtung, essendo pensato specificamente per i conflitti, consente di rendere chiare e semplici anche situazioni complesse. Il coaching e la gestione dei conflitti hanno più di un …

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Personal leadership

Can I change? Yes I can!

By TPC Leadership | September 30, 2013

Blog post by Brigitte Lipschutz, PhD. Developing a growth mindset. Leadership development is grounded in the idea that it is possible to change in a significant way. Many people however …

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leadership in complexity, ambiguity and uncertainty

Leadership in complexity, ambiguity and uncertainty

By TPC Leadership | September 23, 2013

Agile leadership is important in today’s organisations as we no longer live or work in a stable environment where best practice delivers the best results. Instead we live in an …

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