LEADERSHIP COACHING AND MENTORING –PACK
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Welcome to this month’s edition.
Damian Piper CBE our Resilience Coach starts this month edition with: It was a disaster…”An executive team had got together to discuss leadership feedback that had been collected. It’s fair to say they got some hard to hear observations about their performance and it really jarred………. “Feedback can be a fantastic asset. It’s also worth reflecting that less gets talked about the detrimental impact of ‘clumsy’ feedback.” This is a super important article from Damian and I highly recommend it to you.
From me: Being Bettina’s family – TEAMWORK “We are a close-knit family of four adults living together. We have always lived 100s of miles away from our families – originally due to my first career in the Army – afterwards settling in the UK in East Anglia (our extended families live in the North). We are not just a family; we are a team. In this article, I would like to share the principles of our teamwork as a family and how this has been transferable to my work environment.”
From one of our readers: Influence: lessons from business for teaching, part 2 by Sam Pullan “If you read Part 1 (January’s Leadership Pack) you can skip this bit and go straight to Part 2. If not, it’ll help. Car dealers. Marketing executives. Phone companies. Waiters. Teachers. What do we all have in common? We all want people to do what we want. Buy stuff, read stuff, eat stuff, do stuff, don’t do stuff, do stuff differently.” Thank you, Sam, for your kind permission to allow me to share this excellent article in from your series.
There are lots more tips, presentations, and articles in this edition I put together especially for you.
Steve Raw FinstLM, FCMI, GCGI
It’s not about how good you are
It’s how Good You want to be