The Formal or Informal Leadership Question?

Posted Posted in Business, Cambridge, Career Coaching, Careers, Coaching, Employment, Formal Leadership, Group Leaders, Influence, Informal Leadership, Leadership, LinkedIn, Organisations, Power, Psychology, Small Business, team leaders, Technology, Work

I am sure you have seen LinkedIn and other social media platforms awash with articles on leadership and becoming a better leader. How many articles and promotions do we see “10 ways to become a great leader” or “Essential Leadership Training” etc, along with countless clichéd quotes from business characters. You have all seen them I am […]

The Coaching “Business” Conundrum

Posted Posted in Business, Cambridge, Career Brand, Career Coaching, Career Path, Career Theory, Careers, Coaching, Cognitive Behaviour Coaching, Decision Making, Employment, Goal Setting, Group Leaders, Jobs, Leadership, Leadership Styles, Learning & Develpment, MBA, Organisations, Problem Solving, Psychology, Return on Investment, team leaders, Work

Always interesting to read about the many different flavours of business, executive or career coaching psychology on LinkedIn and the web. Coaching, of course, is fast becoming an ever increasingly popular tool for supporting personal & professional development. With a raft of 2-week life-coaching & business mentoring courses through to MSc qualifications in coaching psychology, there […]

Follow me I am right behind you? A Leadership Question

Posted Posted in Business, Cambridge, Career Coaching, Coaching, Formal Leadership, Group Leaders, Informal Leadership, Leadership, Leadership Styles, Organisations, Power, Psychology, Work

Hopefully the irony of the title “follow me I am right behind you” is not lost on those that have experienced leaders in the workplace both good and bad. Needless to say, we witness good leaders that have the seemingly innate ability to influence ours and others, thoughts, behaviours and actions. We enthusiastically rally behind their vision, beliefs […]