Entries by Nick McEwan-Hall

Resolving workplace conflict using mediation

Resolving workplace conflict using mediation Resolving workplace conflict using mediation is a highly successful process.  Research suggests that 87% of workplace disputes can be resolved using mediation.  In addition, satisfaction rates with the process and outcomes are just as high.  When is the right time to initiate a formal mediation process? When you have tried […]

Course Teachout Period

Hello Everyone, We are writing to let you know that on 1st January 2020, our regulatory body, ASQA approved the latest version of our Certificate IV in Workplace and Business Coaching qualification.  This was after we completed the re-accreditation process which included extensive industry consultation about the needs for coaching in the workplace over the […]

Upgrading your Certificate IV in Workplace and Business Coaching

Hello Everyone, We are very excited to let you know that on 1st January 2020, our regulatory body, ASQA approved the latest version of our Certificate IV in Workplace and Business Coaching qualification.  This was after we completed the re-accreditation process which included extensive industry consultation about the needs for coaching in the workplace over […]

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Coaching through the eyes of the assessor

When you’ve listened to hundreds of coaching recordings and completed thousands of coaching assessments, there are a few lessons that stand out. In this Coaching Café, you have the unique opportunity to learn from one of the most experienced coaches in Australia, our very own Brigitte Calvert. What is the difference between a competent coaching […]

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Consistency, Not Perfection – The Key To Results

‘Nothing that I’ve ever achieved has come without consistent application until I achieve the result.’ It was a powerful statement that I made recently that really caused me to stop and reflect. Upon reflection I discovered that times when I haven’t achieved what I wanted, where times characterised by procrastination and intermittent effort. The other […]

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Asking better questions in Performance Management Conversations: How to shift underperformance – Part Three

Lots of our clients tell us they are struggling to get people to shift into being high performers through coaching. This often comes up when thinking about performance management. It’s all very well talking about coaching people to high performance, but what about those people who: Just don’t care! Are only here for the pay! […]