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



I attended an excellent Emotional Intelligence & Neuroscience Masterclass last week, as part of the annual WBECS Coaching Summit. The speaker was Deiric McCann, and he shared the characteristics of managers and colleagues with well developed R...

In Alan Seale’s Weekly newsletter, dated May 22, 2019, his lead article talks about ‘Taking Care of The Glue That Holds Us Together. The ‘glue’ is the core people in the organisation that cares about the individuals within it;...

I reflected on this recently, after working with some individuals dissatisfied with aspects of their working and personal lives. It is for the individuals themselves to recognise and accept their situation for what it is, and to make conscious decisi...

An old Cherokee is teaching his grandson about life. “A fight is going on inside me,” he said to the boy. “It is a terrible fight and it is between two wolves. One is evil – he is anger, envy, sorrow, regret, greed, arrogance, self-pity, guil...

When I did my MBA years ago, servant leadership was mentioned in the list of known management styles. The idea that CEOs and senior managers would adopt this style was news to me, given the many different places I’d worked in across a number of...

In the weeks approaching the end of the year, there’s often pressure to get everything done to clear the decks for the New Year ahead. What may be forgotten in the rush is fully acknowledging all staff’s efforts throughout the year. Spe...

While formal supervision is provided to social workers working across the different sectors, including social services and health, there is an unmet need for managers and team leaders, to access the same support. While it is expected managers and tea...