Tag Archives: leadership development

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

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

New Year, new beginnings…what about celebrating the successes first?

As New Year begins, the media is awash with articles on all the changes we should be making to our lives this January to become fitter, slimmer, more this, less that etc. etc. The focus is on starting afresh rather … Continue reading

The power of feedback

At its best, feedback is an incredible tool creating inspiration for the future; even unwanted feedback can become a trigger for positive change. Unfortunately, as coaches, we also see examples of this power being misused; feedback at its worse is … Continue reading

Let it go…

And we’re not talking about the earworm song from Frozen! Through the Growth Voucher programme we have been working with many SME leaders to support them in growing their businesses to the next stage. All are struggling to keep pace … Continue reading

How to achieve those New Year goals

For many people the New Year provides an opportunity to sit back, to review the past year and to re-focus on personal/business goals. Whilst landmark events like New Year, fill us with the optimism and confidence to set longer term … Continue reading

Goal setting for 2014

It’s that time of year when most people are thinking about what they want to achieve during the year whether personally or in business. Much has been written about how to set goals – SMART (Smart, Measurable, Agreed, Realistic, Timelined) … Continue reading

Are you using your strengths to your advantage?

Are you able to list 5 adjectives that describe you at your best, in other words, your strengths? Many of us struggle to articulate our strengths and yet when asked to list 5 adjectives to describe where we could improve, … Continue reading

Why executive coaching?

If you have been following our blogs you will know that we try to offer “thoughts for the day” rather than use blogging as a way to promote what we do at Intuito Coaching, today is going to be unashamedly … Continue reading

Executive Coaching delivers greatest impact

The economic climate continues to be uncertain.  Organisations continue with attempts to drive down costs and yet this has to be balanced with the need for skilled leadership; leadership to provide direction, guide decision-making and manage change. Without this leadership, … Continue reading