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Towards a Stellar Management Team

Regardless of the current state of the management team (poorly functioning, satisfactory, good, or high performance), development is always possible. It is a process that involves the whole group.


How to have gravitas as a team coach

Gravitas is one of the Ancient Greek virtues, a combination of “dignity, impressiveness, seriousness, influence, weight and presence” in the words of Caroline Goyder, a specialist voice coach and scholar on the topic. How to develop gravitas as a team coach?


Team coaching virtual teams

Virtual teams and how to coach virtual teams have a number of differences compared with co-located teams. In this blogpost, Clutterbuck discusses the key factors to remember when preparing a virtual team for coaching.


Where to get the perseverance to keep on going?

How do I focus on one thing at a time, when there are plenty of things to do? Where to find the motivation of doing things and finishing the tasks? Where to find enough perseverance?


Four perspectives of reflective self-awareness

One of the simplest methods of developing greater self-awareness is to allocate time regularly to revisit recent experiences and seek insights from them. A simple structure for this is the quartet of questions:


Welcome to the Renewed BoMentis Coaching House Website

BoMentis Ltd turns 20 years this year. During the past two decades the company has grown into a significant management consulting company. We have learnt to develop our own practices through encounters with thousands of management teams, leaders and organizations. 


Is your organisation ready for internally sourced team coaching?

Teams are the cellular structures that make the corporate body work. Without teams, it would be next to impossible to organise large, complex tasks. Yet teams rarely perform as well as they might.


VLOG: Responsibility back to the team

If there are issues in the team, what should the team coach do? Professor David Clutterbuck gives his tips.


Why coaches and mentors shouldn’t beat themselves up when client change doesn’t happen

Every beginner coach or mentor goes through a phase of questioning their own competence, based upon a sense that they could (or should) have had so much more impact.


Multiplicity theory and team coaching

The concept that humans are composed not of one single self or personality, but of numerous different “selves” that think and behave differently in response to different stimuli, is now well entrenched.


Yet another reason to focus more on the team and less on individuals

Having a team full of superstars doesn’t lead to high performance, according to research by Roderick Swaab. His researches indicate that when two-thirds of the team are star performers, they co-operate less and become more competitive with each other.


When the captain and his crew are blindfolded

As a top management team aims for the stars, it might end up landing on the moon, if the core of its teamwork is not good enough.


How teams evolve: a systemic perspective

There are a number of models of team development, which provide perspectives on how teams evolve over time. Most commonly cited is Tuckman’s four stages of forming, storming, norming and performing.


First steps in becoming a great coach | The Pillar-Model®

Executive Coaches Vesa Ristikangas and Peter Peitsalo discuss how to become a great coach. What tools did Vesa Ristikangas, a pioneer of coaching in Finland, use in order to achieve success as a coach? Find out more about The Pillar Model® and The Pillar Cards® from our website:


VLOG: A Leader as a Coach | The Pillar Model®

Executive Coaches Vesa Ristikangas and Peter Peitsalo discuss the core competencies of being a leader as a coach. What is the Pillar-Model® and how can a leader utilize the framework in his/her daily work?


VLOG: Mentors core competencies | David Clutterbuck

Are you aware of the core competencies of a mentor? Professor David Clutterbuck gives his insights on the topic.


VLOG: How to maximize unused potential in management team?

Professor David Clutterbuck discusses with our trainer Anna Lönnroth how to maximize the potential within the management team. Find out what are prof. Clutterbuck's views management team development. Contact us to get an offer for management team development processes.


VLOG: Does the management team need to learn constantly?

Professor David Clutterbuck discusses with our trainer Anna Lönnroth whether the management team needs to learn constantly. Find out how Clutterbuck questions the management teams he coaches into proving to them that learning is important throughout ones career, and especially the higher up the organizational ladder one gets. Contact us to get an offer for management team development processes.


High performance management team 5 core traits

Professor David Clutterbuck discusses with our trainer Anna Lönnroth his insights on the factors of a high performance management team, a true stellar management team. Do you know what they are? David uses his top team performance model called PERILL. Find out what it stands for! Contact us to get an offer for management team development processes.


VLOG: Finding a solution myth | David Clutterbuck

As a coach do you often feel as if you need to reach a solution within the coaching session? Professor David Clutterbuck debunks that myth in this short video. Find out why!

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