I’ve lost count of the number of times I’ve encountered this in senior executive coaching scenarios! http://www.bbc.com/capital/story/20180924-are-you-an-insecure-overachiever?ocid=ww.social.link.email
Clients often ask, “What return will I get from Executive Coaching?” In my experience there are several ways of answering this question ranging from ‘What do you want?’ to a more in-depth view of the research supporting the efficacy of coaching. In their meta-analysis of the effects of coaching on individual outcomes, Theeboom et al … Continue reading Just Financial Returns from Executive Coaching?
Go on … Prove yourself during the ‘Honeymoon’ In most walks of life there is a ‘honeymoon’ period and, for many years, new leaders and senior executives have had their ‘First three months’. Pressure to deliver in today’s business environment may well have changed this. Newly elected presidents, prime ministers, leaders in business and senior executives … Continue reading Recruitment is Fatally Flawed …
The great organisations give space, support and a framework for success that is clear – this is not the soft option or approach – many people, as you may have experienced, see the setting and managing of clear frameworks more difficult that just letting people succeed or fail on their own account. The number of … Continue reading Focus on Feedback not Failure
Heidelberg Engineering UK has found the results of building a great workplace plans reflected in increased productivity and long-term employee gains. Many organisations complain of unmotivated staff that lack drive. However, at Heidelberg Engineering they have developed a team who share a keen ambition to achieve high performance; when a new problem presents itself, they … Continue reading Engineering company leads the way with building a great workplace initiative
One of the UK’s best respected executive coaching businesses is to offer organisational design and development service for clients. At The Results Centre we are very excited that our new division is being headed up by organisational development expert Rachel Helmn who has recently joined us.
In 2015, 23.3 million days were lost due to work-related issues with a reported median cost to businesses of £554 per employee. Levels of absence, engagement and commitment have a huge impact on whether a business is going to succeed or fail. The results (or lack of) are often down to the workforce they select, … Continue reading Do employee reward schemes really do the business?