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About adob4sight

I am a coach, facilitator, and coach supervisor who works with key decision makers in business as well as private individuals, helping them maximise performance at work or in their lives outside the workplace. At 4sight Communications we work predominently with individuals in a one-to-one relationship facilitating the adaption of behaviours and attitudes to improve performance. Particular areas around which assistance is sought are: communications, leadership, relationships, work/life balance, addressing change and conflict, time management, goal setting and clarifiation of values. We also conduct team facilitation and coaching for middle ranking and senior teams of up to 10 persons. We are qualified to administer and interpret a series of psychometric assessments - ranging from 'personality profiling' to measuring an individual's 'mental toughness quotient'. All assessments are followed up with one-to-one sessions clarifying and facilitating areas indentified for development. One of the psychometrics used can be adapted for the recruitment of senior staff with the organisation able to input criteria for a particular post. We have qualified coaching supervisors who will provide a service for both professional coaches as well as 'internal company' coaches to ensure that not only the coach his/herself is properly developed, but also the interests of the client/coachee are served and ethics are adhered to. If you are interested in any of the 'above', get in touch !

‘The Three Core Conditions of a Coaching Relationship’ – Congruence

In my last Blog on the ‘Three Core Conditions of a Coaching Relationship’, I discussed ‘Unconditional Positive Regard’ as being one of the three core conditions of a successful coaching relationship as defined by Carl Rogers (1) who suggested employing … Continue reading

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‘The Three Core Conditions of a Coaching Relationship’ – Unconditional Positive Regard

Following my last discourse, I discussed ‘Empathy’ as being one of the three core conditions of a successful coaching relationship. It was Carl Rogers (1) who suggested employing this, along with ‘Unconditional Positive Regard’ and ‘Congruence’ as being the vital … Continue reading

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The Three Core Conditions of a Coaching Relationship – Empathy

Over half a century ago Carl Rogers (1) suggested that a successful ‘coaching relationship’ was based on three core conditions: unconditional positive regard, empathy and congruence. “The quality of a coaching relationship, says Peter Bluckert (2) is not just a … Continue reading

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“Have we all become Mindless …… ?”

‘Modern man’ is afflicted with an almost constant source of stress in their daily lives. The World Health Organisation (WHO) is predicting that ‘stress’ will be the biggest ‘killer’ this Century and in the UK it is estimated that stress … Continue reading

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Enhancing Performance

Few would disagree that the desire to enhance performance is a very positive aspiration for both individuals and for organisations who will always wish to maximise the productivity of their staff.  Interestingly, a brief search for “Enhancing Performance” on the … Continue reading

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Transactional Analysis – Maximising Effective Communications

Verbal communication is generally accepted to be at the centre of human social relationships and despite the electronic era, also in business. When coaches engage with business to maximise performance more often than not, poor communication is at the root … Continue reading

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IS YOUR INTERNAL COMMUNICATION HELPING OR HINDERING YOUR ORGANISATION’S PERFORMANCE ?

The dictionary describes communication as “the imparting or exchange of information, ideas or feelings”. It is therefore no surprise to learn that most organisations place enormous importance on the quality and quantity of their communication with their employees and the … Continue reading

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