Archive for Executive Coaching

Watch The Sheridan Resolutions Leading Through Crisis Webinar| 24th April 2020

Last Friday, we had the latest in our enjoyable and informative Sheridan Resolutions webinar series. over 30 people attended the webinar and it was on the topic of '' Leading Through Crisis''. The session was led by William Winstone and Katherine Bond who delivered a masterclass on the subject. The session provided key tips on [...] Read More →

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Managing Workplace Conflict – Seven Simple Steps to a Mediation Mindset

We recently held the latest in our Sheridan Breakfast Series, called “Managing Conflict in the Workplace ”. The findings from this event are shared in this paper. They reflect our view that effective workplace mediation can not only repair professional relationships but make them stronger.

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New Sheridan Whitepaper on Coaching through Change!

We recently held the latest event in our Sheridan Breakfast Series, “Coaching through Change”. The findings of this breakfast are shared here. We also wanted to share some of our own work in this area for a growing number of international clients. And we were especially keen to listen closely to the experiences of breakfast guests using executive coaches during times of change.

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Having Meaningful Conversations in the Workplace

Having Meaningful Conversations in the Workplace| 12.2.20 Effective communication results in minimising potential misunderstanding, creates unity as everyone is aligned or clear on the views or aims of another individual or company. An effective communicator understands their audience, chooses an appropriate communication channel, hones their message to this channel and encodes the message to reduce […]

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Coaching through Change – Our latest Sheridan Breakfast

Our latest event this week was all about “Coaching through Change” held at the offices of our friends at Liberty Group. In an excellent session, we looked at our own experiences of Coaching through Change in a variety of case studies and got excellent feedback from attendees on the Top Tips for best outcomes from […]

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New Sheridan Whitepaper on Team Coaching!

New Sheridan Whitepaper on Team Coaching! We’re delighted to showcase our whitepaper on Team Coaching. Team coaching is moving rapidly up the agenda of businesses we work with. The International Coach Federation (ICF) has identified it as the single biggest area of coaching growth over the last decade. It fits in with our values at [...] Read More →

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Team Coaching Podcast – have a listen!

Welcome to our very first Sheridan Resolutions podcast! We’ve picked Team Coaching as our first subject … read here what it's about and have a listen to the audio at the bottom of this article ... Team coaching is emerging as a major area of interest for organisations everywhere. The International Coach Federation (ICF) has [...] Read More →

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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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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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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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