Intuito Coaching Blog

How loving what you do can you give you an edge

Steve Jobs will be remembered for many things but it’s something he said that will always resonate for me – “The only way to do great work is to love what you do”.  As a coach I have the privilege … Continue reading

What will be your leadership legacy?

This week Barack Obama has given his farewell address; it was his opportunity to spell out what he had achieved during office, which by his own admission is only 70-75% of what he intended.   In a recent poll, 57% of … Continue reading

Start with why?

It’s the week before Christmas; my thoughts are switching from delivering client work to thinking about the year ahead. 2016 has been a good year and the temptation is to aim for more. But, before deciding on the WHAT, I … Continue reading

Is she too introverted to be an effective leader?

This was a question posed by a client earlier this week, when considering an external candidate for a senior role – it prompted a debate on the merits of both extroverted and introverted leaders. Let me briefly set the scene… … Continue reading

Trust me – That’s all you need to know

As Donald Trump is discovering behaviours and actions have to match the words use! We know why Donald Trump is focussing on trust – trust makes the difference – not just in politics but in business too. The 2016 Edelman … Continue reading

Great things never come from comfort zones….

Or do they?! Recently I have been pushing the boundaries of my own comfort zone and wanted to share what I have learnt. For those of you who have read my previous blogs, you will notice that this writing style … Continue reading

Time to celebrate

Do you take time to celebrate your successes? It’s something we talk to our clients about regularly whether we are coaching or consulting. Only this week, it dawned on me that we need to do some celebrating of our own. … Continue reading

GRIT – the greatest predictor of success?

What does it take to be successful in today’s world? Well according to Angela Duckworth from the University of Pennsylvania, the answer is GRIT.   Grit personifies the power of passion and perseverance – it’s all to do with mindset and … Continue reading

Keeping an entrepreneurial spirit

For many of our SME clients growth is a priority and with growth, new challenges surface. CEOs often ask … how can we maintain our entrepreneurial spirit, as we get bigger? It’s a concern shared by employees – the entrepreneurial … Continue reading

Coaching to bring out the best (and free up your time!)

Coaching is what we do so it’s not surprising we talk about the rewards coaching can bring to anyone who will listen! Without doubt, some of the most rewarding work we do is helping managers experience for themselves the rewards … Continue reading