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15 Ideas to Develop Your Team Without Spending ANY Money!

Developing a strong team doesn’t always require a hefty budget. There are many things you can do every day in your business that will stretch and develop your team and create a culture of continuous improvement with simply the intention, a little bit of thought and time and a dash of creativity. Here are 15…

Tips for holding a great 121 - leadership coach in Chesterfield

Tips for holding a great 121

My clients often ask me what makes for a great 121 (one-on-one) followed by how to have them. My personal view is that having a great 121 meeting with a team member involves effective communication, active listening, and a focus on achieving specific goals and outcomes. They should be done regularly and consistently with the…

empowering your teams - leadership coach in Chesterfield

My 5 Key “Go To” Principles to Empowering My Team

In my last blog “Empowering Your success”, I wrote about what empowerment means to me and the benefits I believe an empowering approach brings to the leader and the team. In this article I thought I’d share 5 of the strategies I have used to empower the many teams I have led over the years.…

Empowering your Success - leadership coach in Chesterfield

Empowering your Success!

When I summarise myself at networking events I often say “I’m Chrissie from U Transition “Empowering your Success”” It’s under my email signature, and it’s actually a really important approach for me in how I work with people. But what does “empowering” mean? My view of empowerment at work is: It’s about creating a work culture…

Frameworks for giving effective feedback - Leadership coaching Chesterfield

Feedback Frameworks – For Giving Effective Feedback

Why is feedback important? Whether we admit it or not, we all need regular feedback on goals, direction & performance in fact 65% of employees say they want more feedback . Specifically the type of feedback desired is the type that will develop skills and stretch, grow and aid personal development. In my last article I spoke…

Why Feedback is Important - Leadership coaching Chesterfield

Why Feedback is Important

When we were little, although we didn’t realise it, we utilised feedback as a mechanism to learn, adapt and grow. We tried, tested and practiced everything until we had either found out about it, mastered it, got enough of it or decided it wasn’t important enough to keep going. Feedback came in many different forms…

Emotional Intelligence in Leadership coaching Chesterfield

Emotional Intelligence in Leadership

What is Emotional Intelligence? The phrase Emotional Intelligence (EI) is believed to be first used in 1990 by researchers Drs John Mayer and Peter Salovey. They defined EI as “the ability to monitor one’s own and others’ feelings and emotions, to discriminate among them and use this information to guide one’s thinking and actions” (Salovey…

The Link between Emotional Intelligence and Diversity and Inclusion leadership training Chesterfield

The Link between Emotional Intelligence and Diversity and Inclusion: Why EQ Matters in Today’s Workplace

Equality, diversity, and inclusion (EDI) are three interconnected concepts that are important in promoting fairness, respect, and equal opportunities for all individuals, regardless of their differences. Equality refers to the notion that all individuals should have the same rights, opportunities, and treatment, regardless of their gender, race, ethnicity, religion, age, sexual orientation, or other personal characteristics.…