In a previous article, we looked at ILM Coaching and Mentoring opportunities for ex-service personnel using their ELCAS funding. But, what about those of you who are still serving? Nathon Abbott, Our Head of Human Performance, explores the benefits of ILM Coaching and Mentoring courses for active in the military.
Mastering leadership, whether you view it as an art or a science, requires a combination of continuous learning, practical experience, and self-awareness. In this article, we look at the 'artistic' and 'scientific' skills that can help you on the journey to mastering leadership.
Pro-Noctis head East! We are delighted to be entering the ever-expanding markets of the Middle East, beginning with a presence based in Dubai.
Coaching can absolutely enhance someone's personal and professional development. Great coaching works to maximise someone’s unique potential. So, what makes great coaching great? and what should you be looking for from your coaching sessions?
Our very own Jo Tindley - Pro-Noctis athlete and ambassador - recently joined her Finishline racing team for a special 'Panel With' event. It was an evening talking all things high performance and cycling...
For six years in a row, Finland has ranked No. 1 as the happiest country in the world, according to the World Happiness Report. So, what can we learn from the Finnish approach to employee and work-life satisfaction?
ILM Coaching and Mentoring qualifications are highly valued and well-recognised amongst employers. But, what exactly is an ILM qualification? Why Coaching and Mentoring? And is this the right course for me? We explain it all...
Working out how to respond to a colleague in distress can be tricky for a lot of reasons. Compassion is not a biologically based skill; we don’t just have or don’t have compassion. It is trait that we can all develop and learn. We explain why it is of immense value to practice compassion at work.
Many of us likely believe we are good, even effective listeners. Yet, when we speak to teams or organisations, not feeling listened to is such a commonplace complaint or criticism of colleagues or management...
It's a brand new year, and with a new year comes the expectation that we make life-altering resolutions. But, are we always best placed to assess what needs to change in our lives? How can we make sure we enter 2023 with the right approach for us, as individuals or as part of a team?