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Rebecca Newton, Dr Rebecca Newton, Authentic Gravitas, Who Stands out and Why, CoachAdviser, Coach Adviser, Coach Advisor, CoachAdvisor, Coach-Adviser, Coaching Course, Ana Loback, Dr Rebecca Newton, Organisational Psychologist, CEO of CoachAdviser, Kimberley-Rayman, Paul-Brewerton, Strengths Partnership, Connson-Locke, London School of Economics (LSE) where she teaches Leadership, Organisational Behaviour, Dr Elsbeth Johnson, MIT Sloan School of Management, Emma-Soane,Patrycja Sowa, Anthony Mitchell
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Psychologist and leadership coach Rebecca Newton describes four steps to take to rebuild our sense of professional joy: Build your strengths into your day, focus on your professional growth, share your emotions with a trusted colleague, and rebuild relationships through the work itself....

Hear from Dr. Newton about authenticity in leadership & business and the hurdles that both corporates and entrepreneurs face today. ...

A greater ability to deal with change, increased leadership self-efficacy and resilience, decrease in depression, increased goal attainment, enhanced solution-focused thinking and a greater ability to deal with change - these are just some of the positive impacts found in research to result from coaching...

We don’t lead alone. We lead with others. The days of the ‘Great Man’ theory of Leadership – where one sole leader rules over the masses from their ivory tower, are long gone....

Many people are aware of the benefits of coaching, having had the opportunity to be coached themselves, or have friends or colleagues who have. What’s discussed less is the benefits of coaching for the coach. Here, we have a look at why it’s worth building...