Belgrave Street



Belgrave Street was the quiet little street where I grew up in a sleepy suburb of Johannesburg in South Africa. The link to my heritage is intended to reflect the deeply personal nature of coaching. Coaching is about changing behaviour to serve what we want in life be that a promotion, confidence or better relationships.



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Why do we still support a culture of presenteeism?

It astounds me that in 2016 we still have organisations that measure your commitment by the time you clock in and out. This article talks...

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How to make the most of your employee's coaching

This is great advice on how to get the most of your employee's coaching. In my experience, managers take a surprisingly hands-off...

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Improving team work requires more than an annual offsite

There is much written about getting the power of your team to work. The focus is usually on the individuals within the team. Like this...

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Time to own up - ever had email rage?

Ever bashed out an email annoyed at the recipient and masking your annoyance being polite english? I know I have. 

This article is...

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What to make of the BS of leadership literature?

The article makes some great points around great leaders of our time (Mandela, Lincoln, JFK) and how they were at at their core...

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Should the renaissance of Virtual Reality be a wake up call?

VR tech has arrived in the mainstream of the tech world with heavy weight brands staking their claim in the space. The idea of virtual...

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I'm joining in throwing rocks at the Google bus

Confession : I've only just started Douglas Rushkioff's new novel called "Throwing rocks at the Google Bus". And I am intrigued (as I was...

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Why deep work is a profound concept we should get our heads around

The research is clear that multi-tasking is bad for us but most of us are addicted to feeling busy. I know that answering emails first...

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