February 2021 saw Sheridan launch its ILM Level 5 in Coaching and Mentoring qualification online to Lloyd’s and the Market. A total of twelve participants commenced the programme in February. We are really excited to offer this programme more widely to our clients so please let us know if you are interested in running
Welcome to our latest newsletter. It's grey and damp outside but we can still see the first signs of Spring and for many in our world there are both personal and professional reasons to be optimistic for the year ahead. It may even be possible to go on holiday somewhere warm! 2021
Julia Rowan delivered the ‘Remote Team Coaching and Collective Leadership’ webinar for Sheridan Resolutions today. Some of the snippets for leaders: Connect with the reality of what’s happening on the team – even if it’s messy. Acknowledging reality grounds the team and allows them to shift to a better conversation. When teams explore what their
Yesterday, over 30 viewers explored how women in leadership can overcome challenges and increase their impact in both the traditional and new 'virtual' world In this session, we discussed: • The top 5 barriers female leaders have had to deal with in the ‘traditional’ world of work • Explored the top 5 that are showing
Last Friday, we had the latest in our enjoyable and informative Sheridan Resolutions webinar series. over 30 people attended the webinar and it was on the topic of '' Leading Through Crisis''. The session was led by William Winstone and Katherine Bond who delivered a masterclass on the subject. The session provided key tips
We recently held the latest in our Sheridan Breakfast Series, called “Managing Conflict in the Workplace ”. The findings from this event are shared in this paper. They reflect our view that effective workplace mediation can not only repair professional relationships but make them stronger.
We recently held the latest event in our Sheridan Breakfast Series, “Coaching through Change”. The findings of this breakfast are shared here. We also wanted to share some of our own work in this area for a growing number of international clients. And we were especially keen to listen closely to the experiences of breakfast guests using executive coaches during times of change.
Having Meaningful Conversations in the Workplace| 12.2.20 Effective communication results in minimising potential misunderstanding, creates unity as everyone is aligned or clear on the views or aims of another individual or company. An effective communicator understands their audience, chooses an appropriate communication channel, hones their message to this channel and encodes the message to reduce
Sheridan Resolutions are proud to win the Executive Global Coach of the Year award. The award is in recognition of our spectacular achievements during 2019. Our thanks so all our clients and coachees for their support and in particular to our team of coaches. Read Caroline Sheridan interview with Executive Global magazine examining the importance of
In our Sheridan Resolutions “Coaching through Change” breakfast held in October, we shared our own case studies of work with clients - and listened closely to excellent input from attendees on their experiences of using executive coaches during times of change. Our forthcoming paper on the same subject will, as a result, be packed full