Tag Archives: performance management
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
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
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
The most important thing in life is to encourage….
In an interview shortly before he died Tony Benn said, “I think the most important thing in life is to encourage. If anybody asked me what I want on my gravestone, I would like ‘Tony Benn, he encouraged us’. That … 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
How can we motivate to get greater results?
Many of us grew up, in a business context, with the concept of the carrot and the stick – perform well and you get reward ‘the carrot’, break the rules or perform badly and you get a punishment ‘the stick’. … Continue reading
Are you engaged?
Valentine’s Day seems to be an appropriate day to be discussing engagement even if it isn’t marriage related! In the UK we are being told we have an employee engagement deficit with only around one third of UK workers saying … Continue reading
Should you make building a happy organisation your priority?
The latest research from the Institute of Leadership & Management suggests you should. Their report suggests that the happiness of your staff is a reliable indicator of their performance & unhappy staff are unlikely to be performing at their best. … Continue reading