PAUL RENAUD
executive coach

How to practice Imagery

Wouldn’t it be great if we had the power of medieval wizards and make things happen just because of a magic potion or an incantation? Perhaps these druids of the past were onto something. But seriously, wouldn’t it be amazing to focus and think about something and get what we want such as a promotion, […]

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May
18

How to Take a Time out

It’s happened to you many times. The day started on the wrong foot; the boss is upset, your staff member that was supposed to finish a project calls in sick and you’ve got a presentation that you didn’t finish since you worked late into the night. As you gather your ideas for your presentation, 3 […]

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May
13

How to manage your leadership blind spots

I was recently reminded of the importance of the 360 interviews that I conduct with my client‘s stakeholders that is the boss, peers and subordinates. As part of the coaching process with my clients I offer to interview their stakeholders on a confidential basis, to get some opinions on how my client interacts with them. […]

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April
30

How to ask for a One on One meeting

When it comes to managing people sometimes the simple things are the easiest to implement and reap the benefits. For example, ‘face time’ is quite simply providing your staff with face to face time to resolve issues. Face time is also synonymous with a One on One. Let me give you an example: Ian was […]

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April
3

Giving Feedback

All teams at one point have challenges and issues when it comes to team members cooperating with each other. This is because teams consist of humans and human nature takes over. We know that effective teams engage in healthy debate and address conflicts head on and they also know that holding back will not make […]

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March
25