Entries by Phillip

Understanding the Coachability Index

As an executive coach, a standard practice in assessing a fit between the coach and coachee is what is commonly called a ‘chemistry check’. As the name indicates, it allows a coach and coaching client to work out if there is a fit regarding trust, rapport and coaching expertise and experience. Just as the coachee […]

Fine leaders, happy staff key to success

Source: Herald Sun by Helen Carter I’d like to share with you an article that appeared in the Herald Sun newspaper recently: When Phillip Ralph asks his clients what they think their number one priority is for their business or workplace, they usually say “getting results”. “I suggest their top priority should be focusing on […]

The “Silence Breakers”

The #MeToo Movement Time magazine has named “The Silence Breakers,” representing people who came forward to report sexual misconduct, as its Person of the Year. On Wednesday, the magazine named the #metoo movement — or the “Silence Breakers” as the “Person of the Year,” a nod to the millions of people who came forward with their stories […]

Why We All Need a Tribe

Like you, I am a part of many groups, teams, membership bodies and communities of practice. They all offer something different. For some, I receive more than I give, while for others, the opposite is true. One of my ‘tribes’ (see our happy group photo from last years Christmas lunch) stands out however as being […]