April 2012 Archives - Kay-Lambert Associates Limited

Kay-Lambert Associates Limited

Training, Coaching & Consultancy for Growth

April, 2012

Do You Have a Facility for Facilitation?

Facilitation is an area of our work that has grown over recent years. Increasingly, it seems, teams are struggling to manage their decision making, conflicts, planning, and learning without the aid of an independent facilitator. We love assuming this role and believe that a Facilitator can add enormous value to team discussions and team problem-solving. […]

It Starts With You

“Good actions give strength to ourselves and inspire good actions in others.” Plato

Leadership – Quality not Quantity

“Ten soldiers wisely led will beat a hundred without a head.” Euripides

Learning to Learn Again

“The only thing that interferes with my learning is my education”. Albert Einstein

The Wisdom of Ignorance

Have you ever found yourself locking horns with someone who’s so sure they’re right and won’t back down? Have you ever had to work with someone who never apologises for fear of admitting they might be wrong? And what about those people who just love to put you down by showing off their encyclopaedic knowledge […]

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Being Right Might be Wrong

“Beware of the person who is absolutely convinced they are right. Our view of the world is based on limited and selected information. Who’s to say we selected the right stuff?” Tim Lambert

The Unbelievable Stories We Tell

A belief is a story you’ve told yourself so often that you’ve convinced yourself it’s true. That means, we could create a new story if we wanted to. Tim Lambert

There’s no Mistaking Success!

“… all we learn from mistakes are the characteristics of mistakes. If we want to learn about our successes , we must study successes.” Marcus Buckingham

Change

People don’t mind change. They mind being changed. Peter Drucker

Team togetherness

The effectiveness of a team is determined not only by how well it works when team members are together, but when they are apart. To continue thinking, feeling and acting as a member of the team when the team is separated is the greatest challenge for most team members. Tim Lambert

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