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Al Ritchie on 22 February 2022 0 Comments

Back in November 2021, Prof David Clutterbuck published an excellent article entitled ‘Becomingness: a critical element of coaching and mentoring’. This starts with (and I quote): One of the many myths of coaching and mentoring is that personal growth is primarily a planned activity – so coaches and mentors should concentrate on helping people to … Read More

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The Long View Programme

Al Ritchie on 1 February 2022 0 Comments

The Long View Programme aims to help clients answer the question ‘where now?’ It is best used when someone is facing or considering a significant change of focus, direction or interest in the fairly near to medium future. Typical situations include: Questioning their career path or feeling stuck in a rut and needing a major … Read More

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Multi-Platform Work Environment & Hybrid Working

Al Ritchie on 9 October 2021 0 Comments

How does a multiplatform organisation change and adapt to the next normal? For some, already working in a dynamic hybrid culture, the next normal will just be the next step. For other organisations, it means revolution. In one friend’s organisation those in manufacture are on site, whilst office staff are mainly working from home. There’s … Read More

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Required return to office; the impact on the organisation, staff and environment.

Al Ritchie on 19 September 2021 0 Comments

Please note this post is about ‘office only’ environments; I’m aware there are many other work environments where the contents of this post cannot apply. I’m trying to understand why some organisations are requiring all staff to return to working in the office full time. I’m struggling to find a reason that is positive for … Read More