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Some examples of Feedback for Training from 2005 to now:
- Session was adapted really well. Felt I got much more out of it and obviously tailored more specifically to my own needs. Great feeling of empowerment, I can do THIS!! LW
- I thoroughly enjoyed this course! CC
- I thoroughly enjoyed! BN
- Ensured that can continue the learning through facilitated group sessions and refresher sessions. TO
- Good, well-managed, well paced, clear objectives. Group is stimulating, cooperative. Trainer is knowledgeable. Course is useful and relevant to my work. HS
- A very useful and interesting course. AS
- Very useful course which I intend to continue considering and applying to my practice. JS
- I will take back the skills I have learnt to the workplace. NB
- Found the day enjoyable & challenging. JB
- Trainer was excellent, subject content relevant and well paced. CC
- Practical sessions were useful and challenging + the feedback insightful. Good balance of input + doing. Tiring! SJ
- Excellent. Thank you. MR
- Course taught me about myself and how I should develop others. Some extremely useful ‘nuggets’ of information provided to take back and apply in the workplace. An excellent course. ND
- Instructor knowledge very good especially the coaching demonstration. PY.
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“The world needs as much of Angus McLeod as he can share… I think what he brings to the table is an alternative to the ‘command and control’ approach to leadership and development, and that caring and concern can be an effective alternative to ‘kicking ass’.” Jim Brush, imarkup.com
Some examples of Feedback for Angus from 2004 to now:
- Who is the best coach? ‘Angus McLeod’, Robert Dilts, co-founder of NLP, 2004
- Angus’ knowledge + contribution excellent. GT
- Angus McLeod sets a high standard of teaching by story telling. His examples of coaching dialogues serve so well to illustrate how to skillfully handle many coaching situations. Sir John Whitmore, author, Coaching Performance.
- Superb advice from a master coach. Richard Denny, Chairman, Richard Denny Group and author of `Motivate to Win`
- Angus McLeod offers strategies for challenging and or supporting the key governors of growth and development in the organization. Judith DeLozier, co-founder of NLP
- Angus has done excellent work, elegantly integrating and adapting the skills of NLP into the process of coaching. Shelle Rose Charvet, author of ‘Words That Change Minds’
- The world needs as much of Angus McLeod as he can share…I think what he brings to the table is an alternative to the ‘command and control’ approach to leadership and development, and that caring and concern can be an effective alternative to ‘kicking ass’. Jim Brush, imarkup.com
- It was a delight and privilege to observe a masterful coach at work. ICF National Official
- Flabbergasted, transforming. JHW, international Cable TV/web/comms business.