Coaching and your Sat Nav (GPS)

With a family funeral approaching in the New Forest, we had a need to travel the two hour journey from Gloucestershire to Hampshire on many occasions. On one return journey I asked my 19 year old son if he felt comfortable to make the journey himself, since he’d just passed his driving test. “I could Dad, but I’d have to have a Sat Nav” (GPS) “Yes, Lewis, they do help enormously but once upon a time we used to make journeys like this without them” “Like last Century Dad” We…

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Unexpected item in bagging area

Unexpected item in bagging area from Paul Archer on Vimeo. Paul shows in a light-hearted way, how Tesco’s dealt with their self-service tills and how this can help you if you want to make sure any development is actually used in the workplace. Great for sales teams this one.

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Slipping into bad coaching habits

This morning I made the tea and Claire was busy chatting to me about life, family and the universe. Normally I listen patiently, usually with my mind on my own day, but don’t ever tell her that. However I acted on instinct that morning as I had plenty of other challenges on my mind. Let me explain. The first topic involved Bethan, my daughter, who had a school project to complete on Austria. Claire expanded by saying that she had advised Bethan to write to the Austrian Embassy to secure…

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