We've been working with organisations and individuals for a long time now. Over the years, we've developed a lot of expertise and have plenty of stories to share.

In this section you will find lots of short articles, opinion pieces and case studies written by members of our team. We hope you find them interesting and that they help you make coaching and mentoring a success in your organisation.

As ever, we're interested in your thoughts and feedback so please do get in touch if you'd like to share them with us. 

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We didn't start the fire - exploring a new paradigm of workplace change

Rather than viewing change as the consequence of a threat based process, Diane Newell instead proposes a view of change as arising from curiosity, from a positive belief in people and in their future, hope and optimism.

Teaming: how teams learn and adapt to foster creativity and performance

Our Head of team Coaching, Jackie Elliot, explores how team coach-mentoring needs to adapt to the changing nature of organisational teams.

Where does the need for resilience end and the need to adapt begin?

One of our wonderful Associates, Ruth Simpson, explores the question of whether coaches, leaders, teams and organisations are spending too much time focusing on resilience when they should really focus on adaptability.

What are the differences between average and great leaders in management consultancies?

Our Head of Coaching & Consultancy Graham Clark shares his experience of working as a management consultant and explores the role coaching and mentoring can play in improving line management and leadership capability in the sector.

Why pressing the pause button on coach-mentoring within organisations in times of change and uncertainty is not the smart thing to do

Organisations are regularly pressing pause on previously agreed coaching and mentoring initiatives but is this the right approach? We argue that coaching and mentoring, in all its forms, has never been more needed.