About Sarah Gornall
Sarah Gornall is an experienced executive coach and coach supervisor and co-author of books about coaching including “the Art of Coaching: A Handbook of Tips and Tools” and “How to Work with People… and Enjoy It!” She joined the Board of the UK Chapter of the International Coach Federation in 2014 and is the current UK ICF President (2018-19).
These the sort of comments that people leave coaching sessions with. An immediate feel good factor, clearing of the way forward and internal resourcefulness to get going on what needs to be done. While we might all think that it’s a good thing to feel clearer headed and bouncy at work and have a gut feeling that this makes us more motivated and effective, it may not be enough to convince hard-pressed finance directors of the longer-term value of investment in coaching across the organisation.
Article by 7 November 2019
With many people staying longer in work either because they like what they’re doing and can’t see any point in retiring, or because they haven’t yet accrued the years to qualify for a big enough pension, managers of today often find themselves leading cross-generational teams and may wonder to themselves whether this calls for different approaches in order to get the best out of people.
Article by 29 October 2019
How many companies today insist that all managers or leaders at a certain level attend an approved training course to ... View Article
Article by 1 August 2019
One thing is sure between birth and death – and that is change. True on the organisational level, as well as the individual one. Every organisation, every business, goes through transformation as it grows, with evolving structure, leadership, personnel, aims, stresses and successes – and will go through different transformations as it downsizes, merges or winds up its business.
Article by 16 July 2019