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I normally like to work with a solutions focus. At the beginning of a new process I often ask: “Assuming that this process is successful for you, how will you notice that and what will have changed?”

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After so many weeks of lockdown, with large changes to our lives, we are now slowing relaxing restrictions. Before we all rush back into our old lives – privately and professionally – we have an opportunity to…

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It is not so easy in this situation none of us have known before to continue in our usual working roles. For leaders, there are new unforeseen and unknown challenges. The old ways are not the right ways right…

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Why and When We Should Mourn at Work

Mr. L. talked to me about his disappointment when he informed his three hundred staff about planned changes. The company, like so many, has undergone many change processes in the past fifteen years, some of…

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Destroy the idea that you have to be constantly working or grinding in order to be successful. Embrace the concept, that rest, recovery, reflection are essential parts of the progress towards a successful and…

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In preparation for a training programme for coaches I held I have been reading and thinking about helpful communication in the last weeks. What is “helpful” communication? I define it as communication that…

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One trend in articles and blogs on leadership over the last yea r has been the theme of humanity, togetherness and ethical leadership. In one of my coaching processes I worked with a manager who is successful…

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Meaningful and Mindful Relationships at Work – But How? Every day we can see at least one TV talk show where politicians from various parties voice their opinions. Voice them? Share them? Fight over them? It is…

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Yes, I admit it. With my own 5 Day Challenges I become a member of the great “self-improvement” brigade. And yes, I stand by this, and I think it is important to question my own assumptions and to work towards…

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