Experienced L&D people are bleeding out of organisations and going freelance While talking to a colleague, he confirmed that there appears to be a trend in the training world at the moment. This trend is supported by the change in readership of both my site and blog are getting. Here is the thought - I'd appreciate your views on this: Experienced professionals are leaving organisations and going freelance, leaving behind managers and less experienced individuals to carry on delivering. The … [Read more...] about What is happening in the world of L&D (Training)? Is it changing?
In many places the words mentoring and coaching ar used interchangably - are they the same? or are there subtle differences? … [Read more...] about What is the difference between coaching and mentoring?
Often in sport we coach teams, in business we tend to coach individuals - but what is team coaching in a business context? Can it ve done? does it add value? … [Read more...] about Coach training – is coaching individuals different from groups?
Are you looking for, or considering hiring a coach? Check out these important factors first and save yourself a lot of money and accelerate your success. … [Read more...] about Coaching – Advice for people who need a coach
An interview with coach Mike Morrison, managing director of RapidBI … [Read more...] about Coaching – Defining Coaching
Are you a good HOST? HOST is a useful mnemonic to help managers and coaches provide feedback: Helpful Objective Specific Timely Also see SMARTer objectives … [Read more...] about The language of feedback – HOST
Emphasis on excellence Putting high value on persistence Stressing self-reliance Embracing competition Encouraging comradeship Massive motivation to win - to be the best Huge satisfaction for winners Source: David Megginson … [Read more...] about Coaching – seven sport and organisational analogies
Eight roles for interventionist people developers Diagnosing Helping to diagnose & specify the need Translating Determining your specific contribution Designing Designing learning strategies & methods Resourcing Developing & organising development resources Implementing Creating the acquisition of learning Enabling Assisting the application of the learning Catalysing Organising and maximising value of … [Read more...] about Eight roles for interventionist people developers
Management models and theories are tools that help to shape the way we think, manage and run our organisations. This page lists some of those management models found to be of value by the team at RapidBI. Jump straight down the page to our leadership, management and coaching models UPDATE Jan 2011 Our slide sets have now been updated and include over 400 fully editible management models [wpcocategory id="8"] Introduction Management models are not in themselves a … [Read more...] about Models for use in leadership, change, projects and management
Management Models, Leadership Models, Coaching Models and Business Models Management models and theories shape the way we think, manage and run our organizations. This page lists some of those management models found to be of value by the team at RapidBI. UPDATE: as of December 2009 we have revised these slides, corrected the errors and provided them in UK & US spelling, as well as adding another 130+ see all of them Management, leadership & coaching models LATEST 2010 - PLEASE … [Read more...] about management models
Coaching Videos In the summer of 2007, RapidBI director and coach Mike Morrison was approached by Coaching-UK to make some short videos on Coaching and Mentoring. There were more recorded, however these were lost when the website hosting them went off line. When we find them we will add them. We hope you find these of value: Intro to Coaching Director of RapidBI Ltd, Mike Morrison talks about getting started in coaching and what it takes to be successful. Defining … [Read more...] about coaching videos