6 Top Reads for International Leadership Week International Leadership Week 2021 brings together leaders from around the world to deliver actionable insights and practical advice to help businesses evolve their thinking on what leadership in the 21st century means. This year’s theme is ‘Leadership - Reinvested’. To mark this
by Anne Bachrach (USA) Do you surround yourself with dream squashers or are you surrounded by individuals who listen to your dreams for your business and urge you to pursue them? Do you think big for your business? Do you look at where your business stands today and think,
by Iveta Zaklasnikova (UK) I assume you are either just starting your business, or you have been in yours for a while and wondering how to consistently attract amazing clients so that you can do what you love to do, help others, and have a life full of freedom.
by Helma Lieberwerth (Netherlands) Coaching is a booming business, and at the same time a relatively young field. For you as a coach, this brings all kinds of possibilities, and certainly also challenges. Because, how do you get noticed and how do you distinguish yourself from all those other
by Ruby McGuire (UK) When I work with business owners wanting to be successful, they often tell me their limiting beliefs and negative self-talk can prevent them from believing that success is possible. They state they are trying everything that can create success, yet their business is not growing.
by Sonia Brown (UK) While many of us are working from home, this is a great time for new leaders to push through the crowded workspace and find opportunities to be ‘invited to’ the networks of influence, but more importantly, invited to sit at the ‘table.’ There is no
A Case Study in People Development with Measurable and Significant Financial Results! by Maria Biquet (Greece) In Leadership Development and People Development most of us Consultants and Coaches have interesting cases to share and learn from each other. I would like to share my experience of a project that
by Gary Gasaway (USA) Years ago, when I started organising my life coaching business, I remember practicing my ‘elevator speech’ to my fellow trainees in the professional coach training that I was enrolled in. The instructor commended me for using the ‘coaching language’; as my niche was focused upon
by Nicole Roberts Jones (USA) If you are going to stand out in the sea of other people that do what you do in your marketplace, then having a clear and focused niche is a must. The more focused you are in your business, the easier it is for
Interview with Laura Komócsin, Master Certified Coach, by Anikó Uj (Germany) As a teenager, Laura wanted to become a chemistry teacher. Finally, she decided to study economics due to her growing interest in business. After her graduation, she worked for a global management consulting company in various countries such