Personality Profiling and Coaching

three handprintsLast week I attended a workshop on Luminaspark psychometric profiling. I’ve always had reservations about personality profiling.  I worry that people might be pigeon holed, or that profiling might filter diversity out of organisational cultures.

Luminaspark is different. It recognises complexity and diversity within the personality and so fits very neatly with the subpersonalities model from psychosynthesis which informs my work in coaching. Continue reading “Personality Profiling and Coaching”

Employee engagement – seven tips for success

shutterstock_97495052Organisations need people who are engaged and motivated; especially during an economic downturn.

Many studies show that engaged employees are good for organisations. According to the Corporate Leadership Council, employees with lower engagement levels are four times more likely to leave their jobs. Engaged employees are also more productive and contribute more to profits. Studies found that the organizations with highly engaged employees achieved twice the annual net income of organizations with less engagement. Continue reading “Employee engagement – seven tips for success”

Redefining Success – Coaching for Responsible Leadership

26 Oct 2004 --- Golden Nest Egg --- Image by © Royalty-Free/CorbisIn the wake of the financial crisis the media spotlight has been increasingly on unethical behaviour in organisations. We’ve seen trust in leaders unravel and a crisis of confidence in institutions of all shapes and sizes. Society is calling for more responsible leadership and demanding that companies and individuals act with integrity.
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