Mediation – and the danger of wilfully ignoring the obvious

It’s important to focus on the danger of wilfully ignoring the obvious. It is clear that workplace mediation fills a huge void in the world of employee-employer relations. That void is the inability to achieve quick resolutions to employee complaints. Organisations are burdened with policies, procedures and personalities that, despite all good intentions, wreak havoc. Unresolved issues drive […]

Read More →
Leave a Comment (0) →

The positive power of mediation

It’s something of a puzzle that businesses embracing executive coaching can be reluctant to give a similar welcome to mediation. Coaching unlocks potential and is rightly seen as unambiguously positive for individual and employer alike. No business, however, can ensure that highly talented employees – even well coached ones – will always get on with […]

Read More →
Leave a Comment (0) →

The route to resilience

How can female business leaders develop their resilience? This was a question Sheridan Resolutions and Julie Courtney asked a number of senior women at a fascinating lunch held recently. Two important themes emerged from the stories our guests told us. Firstly, in spite of the widespread use of the term “resilience”, it clearly means very […]

Read More →
Leave a Comment (0) →

The growth of coaching supervision

The demand for coaching supervision has been growing for some years now, with interest coming from both organisations and the coaches themselves. The former need to ensure quality in their coaching setup while the latter want to share best practice. Supervision is already well established in professions, such as psychology and social work where it […]

Read More →
Leave a Comment (0) →

Leaders need to make an emotional connection

Sheridan Resolutions was proud this month to be a Gold Sponsor at the City HR Association’s 2013 Conference. This is the only event for financial and professional service firms addressing critical City issues and the theme was entitled “Aligning People and Performance Management to Cultural Transformation.” All the speakers and panels were provocative and insightful […]

Read More →
Leave a Comment (0) →

Tips on Forced Workplace Coaching

As specialists in workplace coaching we encounter different types of clients or coaches. Some are the most willing. They understand and respect the coaching process and therefore are the easiest to work with and see results. Others are more unsure of the coaching process, but eager to make a change in their life be it […]

Read More →
Leave a Comment (0) →

No progress without people

We were delighted last week to support “The Exchange 2013”, organised by Knowledge Peers at the Kia Oval. The event brought together an excellent mix of thought leaders, innovative businesses and case studies.  There were two themes for the day – “Innovative Finance for Growth” and “Building Value in the Cloud”. Both money and technology […]

Read More →
Leave a Comment (0) →
Page 11 of 11 «...7891011