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Come on, men. “Stand up. Say something”.

Come on, men. “Stand up. Say something”.

This year’s Glastonbury Festival was closed by rapper Kendrick Lamar with a powerfully theatrical plea for women’s rights. He was reacting to what had happened two days earlier, on 24th June, when the US Supreme Court overturned its 1973 judgment, in Roe v. Wade, enshrining the…

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How positive coaching practices can help business relationships

How positive coaching practices can help business relationships

In January I started a Certificate in Coaching course with The Coach House. I had felt for some time that credible expertise and some formal accreditation as an executive coach would fit neatly with my work as a business relationship consultant. One on one conversations about…

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Invest in your business relationships. Improve your business outcomes

Invest in your business relationships. Improve your business outcomes

We’re now well into Q2 of 2022. Longer days, warmer weather, COVID subsiding (in the UK at least), travel plans surviving to fruition and, for the fortunate, fun is back on the agenda. Agreed, the world view is not exactly pretty, and we still have an…

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Climate, conflict and COVID. How do we cope?

Climate, conflict and COVID. How do we cope?

The sun has paid north London a visit today but, mostly, the past month has been wet, wet, wet. We experienced three storms in a week in the UK, and, around the world, flooding has devastated parts of Australia, Brazil, Madagascar, South Africa, USA, Colombia,…

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Working from home – knowing when to stop

Working from home – knowing when to stop

It’s Friday. But no longer the whoopee day at work. From my conversations with business leaders over the past couple of months, in the new hybrid working week, Friday is almost universally a day for WFH. Trips into central London confirm this. While Mondays and Tuesdays…

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Finding January inspiration in the passing of a Hollywood legend

Finding January inspiration in the passing of a Hollywood legend

Despite enthusiastic new year well-wishing, January can be a grind. Outside it’s mostly grey and damp, the air cold (but raging with Omicron it seems), while inside we face the challenge of executing (or formulating) a coherent plan for the twelve months ahead. Typically, we seek…

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