Would you employ the “you” of 30 years ago?

“Would the 54 year-old me employ the 24 year-old me?” That’s the great question John Neal, CEO of Lloyd’s asks himself every morning to keep inclusivity towards younger perspectives at the front of mind. I was so happy and proud for Sheridan Resolutions to hear John and many other inspirational people in supporting the “Leaders of Tomorrow” conference last week. This […]

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The growing importance of Team Coaching

Here at Sheridan Resolutions, we’ve been very excited for some time about our 2019 Breakfast Summit Series aimed at HR thought leaders and senior business decision-makers. The first of these, earlier in April, dealt with Team Coaching, particularly focusing on helping senior teams to work more effectively together.  This subject is clearly emerging as major source […]

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Disruption increases demand for executive coaching

According to our lead article in this week’s Sheridan Weekly, the first lesson of leadership is: “What got you promoted won’t help you now”. Add in the disruptive power of technology, stoking the fastest-ever pace of business change and the inadequacy of yesterday’s successes becomes very clear. Employees are also stepping up to leadership roles at […]

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The growing power of team coaching

At Sheridan Resolutions, we’re very excited about our forthcoming 2019 Breakfast Summit Series aimed at HR thought leaders and senior business decision-makers. The first of these, later this month, will deal with Team Coaching, particularly focusing on helping senior teams to work more effectively together. The key speaker at that event will be Ty Francis, […]

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The case for strong professional relationships

Companies that enjoy a high-performance workplace, we have found at Sheridan Resolutions, have something in common: a culture that encourages inclusion, collaboration and teamwork. Recent articles in the Sheridan Weekly and iremind me that it’s difficult to foster this culture unless professional relationships are strong and respectful, with a pro-active approach to mediation whenever conflict arises. Disagreements between […]

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A Confidence Boost for Female Leaders

If you think a friend or colleague should subscribe to this newsletter then forward it to them and get them to sign up here There are some excellent articles on women in leadership in this week’s Sheridan Weekly. One feature looks at how women in senior positions can profoundly change a company’s culture, while another looks frankly at […]

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Taking team or group decisions, by David Clutterbuck

The Abilene effect (where a solution is adopted that no-one really favours, but no-one feels sufficiently opposed to, to go against the majority) happens remarkably frequently, even in high performing teams. It is actually quite easy to prevent, with the use of a simple procedure. The starting point is to discuss the question: “What are […]

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How to make global teams work effectively

Sign up here for the Sheridan Weekly How can we make global teams work more effectively? The further apart we are, the closer we need to be – and feel. Remote leaders and disparate teams, once unusual, are now commonplace. The international perspective of even smaller businesses, allied with new technologies, has made it necessary to work collaboratively across distributed teams. However, […]

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