Tag Archives: The Leadership Coach™
Posted on 14. Dec, 2011 by Paul Andrew.
Tweet It’s said like an insult… “You’ve changed!” Perhaps you were in a conversation with a lifelong friend or a family member. Something you did or said wasn’t quite what you always used to do or say. And then out it comes, with a hint of disgust… “You’ve changed!” Here’s the problem: if you want [...]
Posted on 01. Mar, 2010 by Paul Andrew.
Tweet Recently a coaching client asked me, “How can I get my team to be more proactive?”. Good question. If you asked just about any leader if they want their team to use more initiative and be on the front foot, they’d say “Yes”… but ask them how they can build the sort of team [...]
Posted on 15. Feb, 2010 by Paul Andrew.
Tweet While in the USA recently I watched a documentary on the leadership development programs of the US Marines. I was struck by what a senior officer described as their “leadership philosophy”: Know Yourself, Know Your Job, Know Your People. Undoubtedly, the Marines are an elite and highly effective military force. Their leadership training must [...]
Posted on 02. Jan, 2010 by Paul Andrew.
Tweet The Leadership Coach tripled in readership in 2009. Thanks to all of you who’ve helped me spread the word! And along the way here are the 10 most read posts of the year. Feel free to add your comments too. Culture Eats Strategy For Breakfast You Lost Me At Hello What Successful Leaders Focus [...]