Category: Team Building

April 1, 2019 Blog Author 0 Comments

Technology in Coaching – Part 4 An A to Z by Andrew Barber (CTO CoachConnector) People tend to find their own tracks and create pathways that best suit their particular needs. We may wish to predetermine the route between A and B but more often than not, it is people that decide course and direction,…

March 14, 2019 Blog Author 0 Comments

        An Interview With a User (Performance Equations Managing Consultant Joe Espana – by Andrew Barber (CoCo CTO) Its a cool breezy day in early spring and the rain hammers loudly at my window. This feels a long way from the warmth of a Piha summer’s day and the exotic tableau that…

February 28, 2019 Blog Author 0 Comments

Why Raising your Self-Awareness is Critical to your Success By Bernadette Sarginson The first step to any kind of self-change, self-development or self-improvement is raising your self-awareness. If you aren’t already, or don’t become, aware of aspects of your personality that you’d like to change, then that self-change, self-development or self-improvement may never happen. Your…

February 26, 2019 Blog Author 0 Comments

Comparing Platforms by Andrew Barber (CoachConnector CTO) We are surrounded by choice! We live in a world filled to brimming with colour and noise, all carefully constructed to persuade us to choose one product over another. In the tech world, we can spend days or even weeks consulting marketing specialists, SEO experts, UI/UX gurus and…

February 20, 2019 Blog Author 2 Comments

Coaching the Un-Self Aware By Steve Ellis Lack of self-awareness in individuals can disrupt relationships and get in the way of building trust and foundations. Effective leaders need to tackle this head-on. Great self-awareness — knowing who we are and how we’re seen- is important for job performance, career success, and leadership effectiveness. However, it’s…

February 12, 2019 Blog Author 0 Comments

Technology in Coaching – Part 2 User Adoption By CoachConnector CTO Andrew Barber This week I want to look at “user adoption”. Why should anybody change the way they have done things for years just because there is now an option to do so? After all, as the saying goes, “if it isn’t broken, don’t…

February 6, 2019 Blog Author 0 Comments

People aren’t computers however … By Elizabeth ONeill I remember my very first job like it was yesterday I worked on Saturdays in the local sweet shop and I loved it. That was until a new guy started as a supervisor and for whom there are words to very aptly describe, but perhaps not in…