Sue's Blog

Blog URL:http://www.dwanandassociates.com/nucleus/index.php?blogid=1
Blog Tags:management, management training, business tips, management tips, coaching, coaching tips
Country:New Zealand
Location:Christchurch

Sue Dwan is a Personal Management Trainer and Professional Certified Coach. Her blog talks about a range of management and business issues; good business and management practices; and offers coaching tips for people responsible for coaching their staff.



Latest Blog Posts



A quote attributed to Chuck Reid recently caught my attention - "In theory, there is no difference between theory and practice; in practice, there is." It's something I've pondered on since, especially in relation to leadership and management. Theori...

One small issue has made a big impression on me of late, and that was the lack of care taken with important documents, especially so contracts. I have seen contracts for service that had incorrect information in them and required the recipient of the...

A recent edition of NZBusiness alerted readers to a book out from Michael Smyth (the 'Approachable Lawyer'), entitled Employed But Under Fire - Strategies for Dealing with a Difficult Boss. The book explains what goes on at the workplace and offers e...

PwC have just published their Next Generation Survey, called Bridging the gap: Handing over the family business to the next generation. They conclude that succession may be a make-or-break moment in family firms and there are a number of factors that...

The International Coaching Week is acknowledged and celebrated all around the world. The Australasian Charter Chapter of the International Coach Federation (ICF) is encouraging coaches to spread the word. A recent, independent Pricewaterhouse Coopers...

A newly released free app - Occupation Outlook 2014 - has been released from the Minister of Tertiary Education, Steven Joyce. The app aims encourages women and girls to broaden their career options and in doing so, find more rewarding career options...

The Centre has a range of resources available for adults with complex mental disorders who engage with the public mental health service. They have workbooks for a range of different topics and the books guide the reader into answering specific questi...