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Company Values as an Anchor

British School of Coaching – Company Values as an Anchor Source: https://www.i-l-m.com/news-and-events/podcasts/british-school-of-coaching-company-values-as-an-anchor ILM is kicking off their Leading through values partners’ podcast with a compelling conversation with the founder of British School of Coaching, Judith Barton, on how company values are the anchor for the foundations of an organisation. In our compelling conversation, Judith begins […]

Be Grateful More Often

Author: Francesca Gino Source: https://www.hbr.org Although I didn’t move to the United States until I was an adult, every year I look forward to one of the most American of holidays: Thanksgiving. Turkey, pumpkin pie, long hours of cooking and relaxing with family and friends make the day a particularly fun one. I also look forward […]

“I don’t get this!”

Author: Judith Barton I walk every day. It originally started as an improvement in physical fitness and stamina, overall stamina, some2½ yrs ago. Now, thanks to all of the apps and my little Fitbit, then my target, like many millions of people, is 10, at least 10 thousand steps each day, and my aim is […]

How To Embrace Constant Change In A VUCA World

Author: Inga Bielińska Source: https://www.forbes.com In the last 15 months, some words have seen an enormous jump in popularity: “coronavirus,” “quarantine” and “pandemic,” just to name a few. Yet, in the area of business, the catchword mostly used has been the acronym “VUCA.” As a concept, it was coined at the U.S. Army War College, and it tried […]

​​Tough Questions To Answer Before You Shape The Future Of Your Business, Your Teams And Yourself

Author: Jean-Francois Cousin Source: https://www.forbes.com When was the last time you paused and asked yourself how do I need to evolve as a strategist, a leader and a person to best shape the future of my business, my teams and myself? That’s a question I often ask senior leaders the first time I meet them. […]

4 steps to successful innovation

Source: ILM website; https://bit.ly/3A9fhoG Implementing an innovative culture within your organisation is easier said than done. So, instead of pushing change through at speed, transition your team slowly by taking a phased approach. Where should you start? Follow these 4 steps and you’ll be on the way to successful innovation. 1.  Accept change Change can […]

7 Key Domains of Wellbeing

Source: CIPD UK We’ve identified seven inter-related ‘domains’ of employee wellbeing, guided by the principle that an effective employee wellbeing strategy needs to go far beyond a series of standalone initiatives. There’s no ‘one-size-fits-all’ approach to designing a health and wellbeing strategy; its content should be based on the unique needs and characteristics of the […]

Wellbeing at work

Source: CIPD UK Understand the links between work, health and wellbeing, and the role of stakeholders in adopting an organisational approach to employee wellbeing Fostering employee wellbeing is good for people and the organisation. Promoting wellbeing can help prevent stress and create positive working environments where individuals and organisations can thrive. Good health and wellbeing […]

Appetite for Life

Source: https://appetite-for-life.captivate.fm/episode/judith-barton-british-school-of-coaching Judith Barton is an International Recognised Speaker, Coach Mentor, Supervisor, Leadership Facilitator and Founder of the British School of Coaching. She is delighted to share that The British School of Coaching is recognised as one of the top schools in Executive Coaching Professions, so much so, that they are the go-to for National Government Organisations. Judith has […]

BeWell: a group coaching model to foster the wellbeing of individuals

Author: Dr.Ana Paula Nacif Join our Introduction to Group Coaching facilitated by Dr.Ana Nacif: https://bit.ly/3iA3JEe Abstract This multi-methods study, informed by the principles of action research, presents an evidence-based model for group coaching for wellbeing. The model is primarily based on psychological wellbeing and positive psychology theories, and it was tested empirically over two group […]