In today’s post, Colin Noyes discusses the importance of “Leadership Presence”. How important is this factor, and how do you know if you have it? How can you improve it? Colin shares some of the key elements to explore.
In today’s blog post, Colin Noyes discusses how our well-being is impacted in light of what sort of goals we set for ourselves.
In today’s blog post Colin Noyes gives some sound practical advice on hiring staff.
Colin Noyes unpacks for us key drivers that impact how we communicate. How much do you allow your internal biases – and we all have them – to impact what you hear, and how you deliver your message?
In today’s blog post Colin Noyes shares some helpful tips to improve relationships, communication and grow your emotional intelligence.
I have been coaching for more than 25 years and in that time I have worked with hundreds of Christian leaders from a wide range of ministries and from many different countries. With that kind of exposure it doesn’t take long to identify common characteristics in leaders. One characteristic that I find in almost every leader is a belief that because they can help others work through problems, set goals and realise change, they can do the same thing for themselves. Unfortunately, in most circumstances this is just not true and leaders fall back on default behaviour to make decisions.