Leadership coaching

Leadership by example is important in coaching. A coaching leader loses credibility when they cannot practice what they preach. This means that a coaching leader should be well organised, highly competent in their field, communicate openly and encourage feedback, and has a clear idea of the organisation’s vision-mission-goals. By vicarious and purposeful learning, members catch the same good practices and attitudes Read more about Leadership coaching[…]

A Mobile Self improvement Plan

Today, more than any other time, we have the power to make great changes and improve our lives One of the most effective learning tools available is audio programmes. In our fast paced world, finding time to read can be difficult. But it is easy to use otherwise wasted commuting and travelling time productively. You Read more about A Mobile Self improvement Plan[…]

Coaching as a powerful team management tool (Part 2)

Coaching promotes individual and team excellence. Excellence is a product of habitual good practice. The regularity of meetings and constructive feedback is important in establishing habits. Members catch the habit of constantly assessing themselves for their strengths and areas for improvement that they themselves perceive what knowledge, skills, and attitudes they need to acquire to Read more about Coaching as a powerful team management tool (Part 2)[…]

Coaching as a powerful team management tool (Part 1)

Coaching is one of the six emotional leadership styles proposed by Daniel Goleman, author of Emotional Intelligence. It is a behaviour or role that leaders enforce in the context of situational leadership. As a leadership style, coaching is used when the members of a group or team are competent and motivated, but do not have Read more about Coaching as a powerful team management tool (Part 1)[…]