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The Art of Layering

The Art of Layering

The Art of Layering by Anne Wolff, Executive Coach When asked recently how I talk about vertical adult development to my clients, the word that sprang to mind was ‘layers’. As we grow and develop as adults, we put on new layers. These are not so much layers of...

Applying Stages of Adult Developmental Thinking

Applying Stages of Adult Developmental Thinking

Applying Stages of Adult Developmental Thinking to Virtual Teams by Danny Morris We currently live in a world of remote, virtual teams enforced by the corona crisis. The world beyond the pandemic is uncertain but it’s likely that what it means to be part of a team...

The Trauma of Covid-19

The Trauma of Covid-19

Richard Izard, Managing Director of Global Leadership Associates and Board Chair of World Vision UK, shares his sense that Covid-19 is a genuine trauma and gives his top ten tips for leaders to navigate the pain. Introduction Many leaders that I speak to in these...

An Everyday Inquiry

An Everyday Inquiry

An Everyday Inquiry by John Nicholson, GLA Coach Yesterday, I read a devotional in the morning which described ‘liminal space’ (‘an inner state and sometimes an outer situation where we can begin to think and act in new ways… we usually enter liminal space when our...

Transitioning: Let Go to Let Come

Transitioning: Let Go to Let Come

Transitioning: Let Go to Let Come by Nick Owen It’s common to hear people talking about how to live a good life. Nothing wrong with that. But an equally important question is how to die a good death. And not just at the end of our life. Every time we go through some...

Windows and Doorways : On Perspective

Windows and Doorways : On Perspective

Windows and Doorways by Bob Elliott, GLA Coach The view on the hill - from here, and here, and here, and here . . . and leadership teachings. When I look out the windows on the eastern side of my house I see the Squamscott River – 50 feet away – sometimes flowing in...