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The second hurdle

“Culture eats strategy for breakfast” There are the obvious reasons why some strategic plans fall at the first hurdle. Inadequacies such as failing to gather data from the business environment, not taking into account the resources required, a malfunction in … Continue reading

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Goldsborough Coaching & Consultancy

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The sand pit

“Experience is not what happens to you, it is what you do with what happens to you” – Aldous Huxley Professional coaching is of course many things, but forced to encapsulate it in a sentence for me Huxley’s would make … Continue reading

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A coaching challenge

…make ourselves truly available to hear & experience the other person in the room, enabling resolution through deeper understanding. Continue reading

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The Trump express

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CBT; the only hammer?

“If you only have a hammer you can only afford to recognise nails” Abbreviated from Mark Twain I have long been interested in how the scarcity of resources shapes policy; it is here that we get most bent out of … Continue reading

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Living with the crowd

 “The true history [understanding]of the mind is not preserved in learned volumes but in the living mental organism of everyone”…….C.G Jung Now there’s a thought to juggle with considering technology has gifted us, via blogs, twitter, crowd sourcing and other … Continue reading

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