Recent Updates Page 2 Toggle Comment Threads | Keyboard Shortcuts

  • Nicos Paschali 10:06 am on December 6, 2017 Permalink | Reply  

    How was the year 2017 for you? Are you preparing for 2018? 

    So, whats on your mind today?

    What’s the real challenge for you?

    What do you want?

    What are you looking for?

    Whatever it is, can you put the following needs in order of importance?

    Affection, Creation, Recreation, Freedom, Identity, Understanding, Participation, Protection, Subsistence!

    Find out how you can build new habits to develop and grow new skills to get bigger results. Get in touch with us today. 🙂

  • Nicos Paschali 3:12 pm on December 4, 2017 Permalink | Reply  

    Recommendations for organisations 

    For more retention and employee engagement, tackle your next business problem with a coaching initiative.

    Do not just tell managers to coach. Give your managers a compelling reason to coach.
    Make coaching the ticket to achieving a critical business or talent management goal. The more real the results, the more motivated managers will be to coach. And the more likely that, once they discover the benefits, they will continue to coach long after your initiative ends.

  • Nicos Paschali 3:06 pm on December 4, 2017 Permalink | Reply  

    What is a coaching culture ? 

    Coaching cultures are built on organisational and leadership beliefs and practices that reflect coaching as a strategic business driver and critical talent management tool. They feature five success factors:
    1. A focus on both organisational and employee success. (Business strategy & results, employee satisfaction & aspirations)
    2. A belief in coaching and a backbone (the practices and systems to encourage and reward it). (The culture values and reinforces coaching. The leaders value coaching)
    3. Individualised partnerships. (One-on-one, Unique, Joint Accountability)
    4. Coaching essentials. (Establish trust, Build Confidence and Unleash potential)
    5. Skills. (Timely, and Relevant to the situation)
  • Nicos Paschali 2:40 pm on December 4, 2017 Permalink | Reply  

    What is coaching? 

    When potential clients approach us for help through coaching, we use the following statement to position our actionable coaching programme!

    “Coaching is helping another person figure out the best way to achieve his or her goals, build skill sets or expertise, and produce the results the organisation or the person needs.”

    We believe coaching is not telling someone what to do. It is not stepping in to do the work.Coaching is also not restricted to formal or scheduled discussions.

  • Nicos Paschali 2:32 pm on December 4, 2017 Permalink | Reply  

    Why explore coaching now! 

    Organisations operating in the new millennial economy face a different dynamic. Talent is at a premium.
    Labour appears
    • mobile,
    • product life cycles are shorter, and
    • business models have changed.
    In the last fifteen years alone we have experienced two major boom-and-bust cycles. The world of organisational development is struggling to keep up.
    The options to build a stronger organisation, is the manager-employee relationship.
    Coaching requires little investment to engage employees and achieve results. And it is adaptable, and personalised.
  • Nicos Paschali 2:16 pm on December 4, 2017 Permalink | Reply  

    Why explore coaching? 

    Managers are tasked with executing business strategies. Simply put: getting the work done. At thesame time they are supposed to own talent management — developing their staff for not only continued professional success and satisfaction but also to fill the future talent needs of the organization. Coaching is a core management discipline, part of the nuts-and-bolts of a manager’s day-to-dayoperations —or is it?
    Find out today how you can learn to coach your managers and staff in less than 10 minutes a day!
  • Nicos Paschali 8:39 am on December 4, 2017 Permalink | Reply  

    Coaching is an essential skill for the modern manager! 

    Research tells us that if managers can build new and effective coaching habits, they will break these vicious cycles, overdepended, overwhelmed and disconnected. And if they break those cycles, there will be an increase in engagement, in creativity and in impact.


    Find out today how we can help you do that!

  • Nicos Paschali 8:39 am on December 2, 2017 Permalink | Reply  

    Why we Do what we do in Life & at Work? 

    habit loop
    Most of the choices we make each day may are not the products of well-considered decision making. They’re habits. At the core of every habitual pattern is a habit loop.
    We can break the habit loop down into three basic steps.
    First, there is a cue, a trigger that tells your brain to go into automatic mode. It can be:
    •  internal, such as a feeling or thought, or
    • external, such as a time of day or the company of certain people
    The second part of the habit loop is the routine,  the behaviour that leads to the reward. It can be:
    • physical (eating a donut),
    • cognitive (“remember for the test”), or
    • emotional (“I always feel anxious in math class”).
    The third part is the reward.  It can also be:
    • physical (sugar!),
    • cognitive (“that’s interesting”), or
    • emotional (“I always feel relaxed in front of the TV.”). The reward determines if a particular habit loop is worth remembering.
  • Nicos Paschali 7:26 am on December 1, 2017 Permalink | Reply  

    Did you Know that You can Coach Someone in Ten Minutes or Less? 

    You’re probably not getting very effective coaching, and you’re perhaps not delivering beneficial coaching. Find out how to develop a coaching habit today.

    Maybe your training was too theoretical, or you didn’t spend much time figuring out how to translate the new insights into action so you’d do things differently. Or, Maybe simple behaviour change of giving a little less advice and asking a few more questions is surprisingly difficult. You’ve spent years delivering advice and getting promoted and praised for it. 🙂

  • Nicos Paschali 7:15 am on December 1, 2017 Permalink | Reply  

    You Need a Coaching Habit! 

    10 minutes or less a day is all you need to coach your people! Find out how you can do that today.

    Everyone now knows that managers and leaders need to coach their people.

    Daniel Goleman, the psychologist and journalist who popularised the concept of emotional intelligence, put a stake in the ground more than fifteen years ago in his Harvard Business Review  article “Leadership That Gets Results.” He suggested that there are six essential leadership styles. Coaching was one of them, and it was shown to have a “markedly positive” impact on performance, climate (culture) and the bottom line. At the same time, it was the least-used leadership style.


    Goleman wrote, “Many leaders told us they don’t have the time in this high-pressure economy for the slow and tedious work of teaching people and helping them grow.”

Compose new post
Next post/Next comment
Previous post/Previous comment
Show/Hide comments
Go to top
Go to login
Show/Hide help
shift + esc