Coaching for 2018

With instant and global connectivity there's really no limitation on coaching sessions - to celebrate the launch of my first book I'm therefore allocating more time in my diary to providing coaching sessions.

Contact me now if you'd be interested in finding out more about what's involved - whether for a one-off kick up the ... session, a retreat like weekend, or a more gentle programme of coaching sessions.

Or first read about the myths and benefits of coaching.

Wednesday, 21 February 2018

I wrote a blog on that - Soft Skills


On Monday's Soft skills workshop we touched on many subjects I've written a blog on.

As promised here's an index of those posts: 

We used a number of unconventional tools for problem solving and providing a different perspective on a number of challenges with stakeholders. (Many of the following posts have a festive theme as they were part of the advent series of 25 posts sharing unconventional tools for coaching and facilitation).
We had an "interesting" discussion on Time Management, and here's a few posts on the subject:
Well-being also cropped up, and here's a couple of posts that might resonate.
As ever, there's so much we could have covered in such a short space of time. The post I wrote on the 7 barriers to optimal performance may shed some light on what soft skills you may want to focus on for further development.

Anyone interested in finding out more about soft skills, problem solving or creativity workshops or coaching do get in touch alison@alisonsmith.eu +44 (0) 7770 538159

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