Coaching

How to choose a professional Coach

Realising that you may benefit from working with a professional Coach can be a pivotal moment in your career. It takes a certain self-awareness and introspection to recognise that you can enhance your performance and fulfil your real potential with some independent support. So, what should you consider when looking for a Coach? Decide what …

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The value and wisdom of training

“What if we invest in training our staff – and they leave?”“What if you don’t invest in training them – and they stay?”When you recruited your people they may have had all the skills, knowledge, behaviours and attitude necessary to do the job – but perhaps over time the job has changed, the people they …

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Small steps, great leaps

David Kentish explains why the former can result in the latter, and help you to reach your career and life goals. Everyone has certain goals they want to achieve, whether they be financial, business, career, family, health, personal development. The list goes on…. Whatever the goal, achieving it may sometimes feel like a daunting prospect. …

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David Kentish joins People Management Group

David Kentish, Kentish and Co’s director and co-founder, has joined the committee of the British Institute of Facilities Management’s People Management Special Interest Group (http://www.bifm.org.uk/bifm/groups/sigs/peopma) The group was formed in 2009 to represent the interests of anyone involved in managing people in the facilities management sector. The group’s mission is to ensure that people considerations …

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Unlocking your strengths – a case study on what coaching can achieve

Harry Caswell, now at Capital Hospitals, was working at Interserve as a senior commercial manager for the University College Hospital project when he received coaching from Kentish and Co. Here he discusses how he benefited from the programme.   Why did you embark on coaching with Kentish and Co? I was one of about 10 …

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Networking and butter fish curry

The Vltava river, Karluv bridge, Staromestske sq, Malostranske sq, Astronomical clock and Prazsky castle, all reasons enough to visit the Czech capital, Prague. But when I discovered the annual European Facilities Management Conference (EFMC) was being held in the city this year, I thought of a better reason to make the 400km drive south, networking. …

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