Posts Tagged: relationships

Corporate Values are Meaningless unless….

I have to say I am sometimes a bit cynical about corporate values (there, I said it!). Not because they are not good things to have – in theory they are – but because so often they are words created to sound good, written by the senior team, a ‘project group’ or a bunch of… Read more »

 Tricky Workplace Conversations

As always I’m taking a break from writing new blogs in August to recharge my batteries (I try to practise what I preach) so over this month I will be sharing four of this year’s most popular blog posts with you.  If you haven’t read them yet….here’s your chance! This week it’s: Tricky Workplace Conversations

You Teach Others How To Treat You

This phrase has been with me a lot this week for a variety of reasons and as a result of numerous conversations. There’s definitely been a theme emerging! You teach others how to treat you.

Manage Expectations – An Exercise You Can Use

Last week I spoke to a manager who had moved jobs and taken on a new team.  In his first week, he was already worrying about what his team expected of him. ‘They are working well, so I want to help them but without telling them what to do’. ‘I am not sure what they… Read more »

Strengthening Trust in Your Team

Before we get into this week’s topic a reminder of the webinar taking place on Tuesday 24th May on the subject of Personality and Reputation. Contact pat@lynnscottcoaching.co.uk for details. Over the last couple of weeks we’ve got ‘under the skin’ of trust and trustworthiness and started to take a look at ‘trust on the team table’.