Lloyd’s Learning Week: Sheridan Resolutions Associates shine …

It was so great for Sheridan Resolutions to be invited to run “Nip Conflict in the Bud and Strengthen Workplace Relationships” at Lloyd’s Learning Week. Lloyd’s Learning Week, for those who don’t know, is in its third year and combines the best of strengths in technical training and professional skills development to reach the whole […]

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How to pre-empt and deal effectively with conflict in the workplace

Facing conflict at work can feel incredibly challenging and stressful to most employees and managers and dealing with it well is no less of a challenge. An ability to nip staff disputes in the bud, when practised effectively, can become a major skill in both work and life. It is not only key for limiting […]

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The hidden benefit of executive coaching

Our lead article in this week’s Sheridan Weekly reveals a hidden benefit of executive coaching. The growth of the executive coaching industry has been well documented in recent years. But there is one key asset that is frequently overlooked – the potential to unlock talent and capability. Executive coaching necessitates a change in leadership style […]

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Teams need both individual and collective impetus

There’s a lovely lead article in this week’s Sheridan Weekly about team development. For teams to become more than the sum of their parts, it says, effective team development requires the nurturing of both individual and collective skills, as well as behaviours and attitudes beneficial for team dynamics, cohesion and trust. Collective and individual development needs to […]

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Conflict Resolution in the Workplace

At Sheridan Resolutions, we’re really excited about the next event in our 2019 Breakfast Summit Series aimed at HR thought leaders and senior business decision-makers. This event, later this month, will deal with “Conflict Resolution in the Workplace”. At this breakfast, we will lead an interactive discussion on the resolution of day-to-day and high-profile confrontations at […]

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Executive coaching: The importance of trust

There’s a really good lead article in this week’s Sheridan Weekly around that vital ingredient of executive coaching – trust. In the absence of trust, it says, executives tend to be defensive rather than candid, making it hard to identify the core drivers that underlie their performance. Without trust, it’s also difficult for the person to take the […]

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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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