Archive for September, 2009

The latest kid on the block in terms of research into human relationships is neuroscience.  We now know more about our brains than ever (for example, did you know that your brain is capable of processing 30 billion bits of information per second?)

But what does this have to do with coaching? (more…)


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The Financial Review’s “BOSS” magazine last week reported that Monash University is about to undertake a three year study of 100 executives undertaking coaching, comparing them with a control group who will not be coached. The aim of the study is to find out whether and how coaching improves performance, workplace relationships and personal outlook. (more…)

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A leader in our increasingly “global” economy must expand the traditional repertoire of leadership skills to meet new challenges. Leaders today may be faced with diverse cultural challenges. Have you considered: (more…)

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