Coaching

2 Tips for Holding Your People Accountable

By Kylie Denton / 22/10/2021 /

If you want to become a great coach who is responsible for improving workplace culture and productivity, then there is one model that you need to know.  The GROW model is the best model for coaching leaders who want to coach for performance. GROW stands for…  Goal, Reality, Options, & Will.  This 4-step model allows you to approach coaching in a structured…

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5 Traits every Great Coaching Leader Has!

By Kylie Denton / 01/10/2021 /

I have been a professional leadership and executive coach for over 12 years and for the last 10 years I have been training leaders on how to become a coaching leader.  A question leaders ask me all the time… “What makes a great coaching leader?”  There are so many things that make a great coaching leader and I wanted to share just…

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Tips for Leaders Managing Performance and Mental Health Issues during COVID 19

By Kylie Denton / 19/06/2020 /

I hope you are well, safe and healthy during these times, and you are all starting to see the light at the end of this very long COVID19 tunnel.  I know how wonderful it has been for me to see more of my friends and family after so long.Lately I have been running workshops for…

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Resilient Leadership is what is needed Right Now

By Kylie Denton / 15/05/2020 /

How resilient are you? I hope you are all healthy, safe, and dealing with this pandemic in the best way you know how. I am conducting all of my meetings, coaching sessions, and training sessions virtually and working from home full time, with two children doing online schooling (as best we can) and trying to…

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What is teamwork

What is teamwork – and the four crucial reasons to build it

By Kylie Denton / 09/08/2019 /

Having a great team is one thing; having great team work together is another. A team that works together and supports each other is one hell of a feeling to be a part of. Here are four reasons you need to strengthen the teamwork in your company. Teamwork fosters collaboration and unity. Gone are the…

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team morale

Five ways to boost team morale

By Kylie Denton / 28/06/2019 /

Your team are your greatest asset. You know it, I know it – but do they know it? Richard Branson says “A company’s employees are its greatest asset and your people are your product” . Their good work and loyalty can fail to get the appreciation and recognition it deserves and instead your team hear…

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relax when the workday is over

How to relax when the workday is over

By Kylie Denton / 24/05/2019 /

No, it’s not drinking a bottle of wine haha! In all truthfulness, I need to confess that I am just as bad at this as anyone, so this blog serves as a reminder to you and me. At the start of each year, we can start with such good intentions, and we turn these intentions…

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successful selling

The eight keys to successful selling

By Kylie Denton / 04/04/2019 /

Sales is, by far, one of the most essential activities in business. A quick Google search will reveal millions of articles on how to become better at sales and while many will promise the “secrets” of sales or the one strategy that will boost your conversions, the truth is, it comes down to consistency, the…

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successful people

Nine things successful people do after holidays (to get back in the swing of things)

By Kylie Denton / 16/01/2019 /

Coming back to work after holidays is hard, I get it – and I feel it! Gone are the long days relaxing by the pool, or lounging around with friends and family as we escape the usual crazy schedule of our day-to-day lives. But the transition back to work doesn’t need to be too hard…

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referral partners

Are you doing enough with referral partners?

By Kylie Denton / 28/09/2018 /

Throughout my coaching, I often work with clients who have a team of financial planners. Within that team, you will have those that get a massive amount of referrals while others get next to none. What is the difference between them? Are you doing enough with referral partners? Back when I was an adviser, I worked…

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