@drangusmcleod book ‘Me, Myself, My Team – How to Become an Effective Team-Player Using NLP’ has now been taken up by an Indian publisher, ‘Research Press’.
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McLeod: Sustainable Transformations in Under 30 minutes. At Euro-Coach Conference 16-17 November, 2013., Dr Angus McLeod (Visiting Professor of Coaching at Birmingham City University) will first run through his 4-level coaching model. This model is based upon observations of the coachee and not, as conventionally done, by focussing on the core skills of the coach.
Why is Managing in a Coaching Style so impactful? How does a strategic move to managing in a coaching style lead to a culture change and to the ‘Coaching Organisation’? What strategic input is needed to facilitate this culture change by management? These questions and others are addressed in the complete series of volumes! Watch […]
How does Coaching relate to the four pillars of Neuro-linguistic Programming? When we look at the four pillars of NLP proposed by McDermott (2006; Rapport, Flexibility, Outcome Thinking & Sensory Acuity), we find interesting learning that maps directly to best-practice in modern coaching.
Self-coaching Leadership – from Manager to Leader New Kindle book launched from John Wiley and authored by Angus McLeod. This 5/5 star reviewed book is a practical treasure of tips for the modern manager wanting to up-their-game.
Me, Myself, My Team published in Italian
We offer a range of coaching masterclasses on video. You can watch one of the several sample videos below. Each of these shows the coaching session and the debriefing with the audience. These debriefings are fantastically educational in teasing out observed tricks of the trade. The full videos are all about an hour and also include the […]
The HSE in their 2008 study show: “that in 2007/08 an estimated 442,000 people in Great Britain, who worked in the last year, believed that they were suffering from stress, depression or anxiety caused or made worse by their current or past work. This equates to 1,500 per 100,000 people (1.5%) who worked in the […]