coaching

Super Conscious Thinking: 5 Steps to Access Your Genius

Guest blog by Anne Scott, 24th October 2016 why this blog? Editorial note by Elisabeth Goodman I met Anne Scott through David Gurteen’s Knowledge Café and was attracted by her alternative approach to coaching individuals.  As readers of my blog will know, a lot of my work with RiverRhee focuses on introducing tools and ways of thinking …

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Difficult people are not necessarily being difficult!

By Elisabeth Goodman, 31st March, 2015 How to work with difficult people is a subject that many managers struggle with How to work with “difficult” people is one of the topics Janet Burton and I explore in RiverRhee Consulting’s 3-day Introduction to Management course , and in our tailored in-house supervisor and line manager courses. …

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Managing change, communities of practice, coaching for project management and more. Elisabeth Goodman’s 2014 blogging year

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog.  The most popular topics were ones carried over from previous years: managing change, communities of practice and coaching for project management. Many thanks to my readers and to my guest bloggers too! Here’s an excerpt: The concert hall at the Sydney Opera …

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Preparing new managers to be effective coaches

Guest blog by Sean Conrad, Halogen Software Note from the Editor, Elisabeth Goodman Every now and then, people approach me (or I approach them) with a suggestion for a guest blog.  Anything that can bring insights for helping teams, or team leaders to work more effectively is potentially of interest.  What I like about this …

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Coaching applied to project management – APM seminar (#APMEoE)

By Elisabeth Goodman Managing, coaching, mentoring, training, consulting, counseling: these are all terms that may or may not be part of a team and project manager’s toolkit.  How are they different?  And how can coaching in particular be applied in project management? About 25 practicing project managers and others interested in the topic gathered near …

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