Last time IECL’s Project Manager Jen Wijono explored the ‘Discover’ stage of IECL’s Partnership Approach, where she looked at key questions to consider before developing a training program. In this piece Jen takes a look at the ‘Design and Develop’ stages, focusing on how these...

Popular misconceptions of coaching lead many to believe that the older and more experienced the coach is, in their counterpart’s (coachee’s) field of expertise, the better. General Manager, Education Mandy Geddes disputes this view, and reveals what you should really look for in a coach.   Executives...

IECL’s approach to partnering with clients begins at what is called the Discover Stage. It’s in this stage that our Client Relations Team explores and navigates with clients their organisational landscape and the organisational change that they seek. Jen Wijono, Project Manager, shares the three...

In this compelling piece, Jane Porter MCC, Head of Education courageously raises awareness of the "elephant" that senior women leaders face as they near or deal with midlife.   I’m increasingly noticing an “elephant in the room” when coaching senior women leaders approaching (or in) midlife. It’s an...

What kills innovation? More often than not, it's leaders getting in the way of a new idea. Mandy Geddes, General Manager, Education reflects on insights from this year's Disrupt Sydney on how organisational leaders can encourage innovation and change in their people, instead of being...

Our Project Manager Jen Wijono explains why evaluation is so crucial to a training program and the top five principles that should underpin any evaluation piece.   Knowing-Doing Gap In life, we all know the things that we should do, like flossing our teeth or eating well and...

In their latest Q&A session, Chip McFarlane MCC and Nicole Sitosta tackle why mindset really matters in the financial services industry. And how in this VUCA world, financial services organisations can rise to the challenge of embedding a growth mindset in their people.   Q: Chip, let’s...

Jane Porter MCC tackles the ongoing and robust debate on coaching versus mentoring, which continues unabated in the coaching industry. Is one better than the other? Is mentoring really that different to coaching, and if so, do these two need to be separately active, or...