The Art of Strengths Coaching

E is for The Art Of Encouragement

There are many ways to encourage people. One approach is to create a positive environment in which people feel able to explore their aims. It is then to encourage, educate and enable people to Read more

T is for Being A Trusted Advisor

There are many ways to help people. One approach is to be a good trusted advisor. This article is based on the workshops I run for organisations that want their people to act Read more

H is for Always Doing Your Best Whether You Are At The Village Hall Or The Carnegie Hall

Great workers follow the mantra that excellence is a habit. They aim to deliver high standards whether performing at the Village Hall or the Carnegie Hall.

Great educators aim to deliver superb sessions whether Read more

W is for The Three Waves Approach To Shifting A Culture

Imagine you are a leader. You have been given the authority to do whatever is necessary to shift an organisation’s culture. Some leaders invite the employees to ‘change’, but this seldom works.

Another approach Read more

P is for Choosing To Take A Positive Role That Helps People To Achieve Their Picture Of Success

There are many ways to help people. One approach is for a person to choose to take a positive role that helps other people to succeed.

Different people take this approach in different ways. Read more

P is for Focusing On Your Purpose, Principles And Projects

There are many ways to do fine work. One approach is to translate your purpose and principles into doing specific projects. This article explores that route.

People love to have a sense a purpose. Read more

D is for Delivering At The Denouement

There are many ways to do fine work. One approach is to do what you do best, have a strong drive and be disciplined. It is then to focus on decision making, doing your Read more

C is for Balancing Continuity And Change  

There are many models for helping people to develop. One approach is to help them to get the right balance between continuity and change.

The continuity part is vital. People often develop by building Read more