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Coach Murphy is now a certified Marshall Goldsmith Stakeholder Centred Coaching practitioner

MARSHALL GOLDSMITH STAKEHOLDER CENTRED COACHING is a coaching process developed Marshall Goldsmith and his partners. Marshall Goldsmith is widely recognised as the Number one leadership thinker in the world and the number 7 business thinker in the world at the bi-annual Thinker 50 ceremony sponsored by the Harvard Business Review in 2012. This coaching process [...]

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BUSY SENIOR EXECUTIVES DON’T HAVE TIME TO WASTE ON FALSE GROWTH COACHING APPROACHES

Self-awareness is crucial to leadership and the right coaching serves to heighten it. Over the years I’ve found that many CEOs and other senior executives seem to be aware they need coaching but don’t pursue it. Why is that? I think it’s largely due to the fact that there is a gap between desire (what [...]

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THE SCIENCE OF LEADERSHIP

Leadership has been practised by mankind since time immemorial and over the years many have attempted to perfect the definition of leadership only to end up even more confused and lost. There is a saying that when something no longer works you should just return to the basics. This article is intended to do just [...]

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Coaching and Mentoring. Are they the same?

  There seems to be an ill-defined confusion between coaching and mentoring, both being one-to-one development interventions. A sports coach is quite different from an organizational coach as the former involves more ‘active’ mentoring input than ‘passive’ coaching output. While the organizational coach (like Coach Murphy) focuses purely on ‘passive’ coaching output, a mentor concentrates [...]

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