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Kay-Lambert Associates Limited

Training, Coaching & Consultancy for Growth


When We Play a Part, We Set Ourserves Apart

How many different parts do you play at work? How comfortable are you with vulnerability? A recent conversation with Stefan Bramble, a colleague living and working 10.5 thousand miles away in Melbourne, has really provoked me to question my stance on role-play and behavioural training. I’m an ex-actor (or as I prefer to call it, ‘a […]

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Coaching has Potential

Lots of people like being coached. Why? Because most of us love talking about things we care about with people who are interested. That means there is a big responsibility on the coach to make themselves someone who people would want to share their dreams, aspirations, fears and problems with.  How can the coach do […]

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Pride: The Bringer of Self-Esteem

In this series of blogs, we’re trying to re-brand the Seven Deadly Sins as The Super 7. We continue our journey with Pride. Before we do, please take a moment to stop and think about your achievements and successes over the last 12 months. ____________________________________________________________________ The Fourth of The 7: Pride – the bringer of […]

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Hold Your Breath Management Sucks the Life Out of Your Company

There’s a common phenomenon in business that is causing untold damage without any obvious signs of correction. It’s sucking the life out of companies and leaving it starved of oxygen.It’s a style of management that’s recognisable to everyone, causes intense frustration, and yet appears to be actively encouraged by those who make management appointments.   […]

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The Disappearing Trick

People are often hopelessly unprepared for giving presentations but assuming they have some warning, most will spend some time collecting the data, creating their slides and structuring their material. Few will spend any time ensuring that they are personally prepared to give a clear, assured and polished ‘performance’.  The notion of a presentation as ‘performance’ is […]

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