Archive for the 'Coaching' Category

Creating habits using baby steps and MBTI

posted by on June 3rd, 2016

If you know and understand Myers Briggs (MBTI) then you will appreciate how my personality type (ENTP) may find creating habits a little more challenging than some other types. Essentially my type quite enjoys change – actually I like it a lot! ENTPs prefer to work to deadlines and thereforeRead more

All change – how to master our innate ability to form positive habits!

posted by on May 20th, 2016

Changing the way we think about things is like changing any habit; it requires effort, motivation and continued reinforcement. The truth is that many people struggle to change their unwanted habits. If you have ever tried to give up smoking or lose that last 7lbs then you’ll know what IRead more

Habits – beware they can make us busy fools!

posted by on May 13th, 2016

Our habits are automated and if we had the time (but we are too busy) to take a forensic look at our habits then we would all be shocked at how much time we spend running on ‘auto-pilot’. Take this post for example. Why are you reading this right now?Read more

Here’s a question we often get asked – WHAT DO YOU DO?

posted by on May 11th, 2016

At WorkshopsWork we don’t believe an ‘off the shelf’ solution will help you overcome your business challenges. Our bespoke development programmes are created around your needs using a blend of real world techniques that include training, workshops, team-building, 1-2-1 coaching and MBTI® profiling. At WorkshopsWork we DO believe that ‘growth’Read more

What is Coaching?

posted by on February 3rd, 2016

Coaching is an accepted form of personal development. It is a bespoke form of learning and is it becoming more common for business owners to hire a coach in much the same way that they would hire a lawyer or accountant. Coaching is about enabling individuals to achieve their potentialRead more

How to choose a Coach

posted by on December 3rd, 2015

Recommendation is best and it’s crucial that you trust and feel at ease with your Coach. However the fact is we don’t always get on with everyone we meet, so you may need to search before you find someone who works for you. Most Coaches are willing to meet upRead more

STOP RIGHT NOW – This blog could save your life!

posted by on September 21st, 2014

Thought of the day: When you are at your weakest and faced with a challenge, know that all your old issues/fears and unresolved lessons will rush up to the surface. The challenge at that point is to remain calm and focused so that you can think clearly enough to recogniseRead more

Working Smarter NOT Harder in 2014

posted by on January 29th, 2014

Working smarter is not always about having the best systems in place. Having great processes will change little if those using them are not on board nor have the right skills. Over the last 10 years we have supported hundreds of small and some quite substantial businesses, to grow theirRead more

Coaching Skills For Managers

posted by on June 7th, 2013

I often get asked the question ‘what is Coaching and how does it work?’ Coaching is a structured conversation that aims to help people reach their best potential by: •Identifying priorities and setting personal goals to help them attain their highest aspirations, desires and dreams •Sharing effective tools and solutionsRead more

How to choose a Coach

posted by on January 17th, 2012

Recommendation is best and it’s crucial that you trust and feel at ease with your Coach. However the fact is we don’t always get on with everyone we meet, so you may need to search before you find someone who works for you. Most Coaches are willing to meet upRead more