Articles by Melanie Lansbury Coaching
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Just add GREASE to those sticky conversations

Over recent weeks I have been involved in facilitating group coaching sessions to teams of call handlers who regularly…
#coaching, #traininganddevelopment

Lubricate those sticky conversations with a little GREASE

Last week I facilitated a group coaching session to a team of call handlers who regularly have to work with customers…
#support, #learning, #coaching, #development

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As we go into another lockdown I'd like to give my support to everyone in this group in these difficult times and offer…
#change, #coaching

Don’t mind the gap – embracing the uncertainty of change

‘Curiosity arises when attention becomes focused on a gap’ wrote leading Behavioural Economist George Loewenstein, ‘the…
#change, #coaching

Don’t mind the gap – embracing the uncertainty of change

‘Curiosity arises when attention becomes focused on a gap’ wrote leading Behavioural Economist George Loewenstein, ‘the…
#coaching

1. Thriving 2. Through 3. Change

How do you feel about change? Does it excite you, opening up a mindful of different opportunities and possibilities, or…
#coaching, #resilience

How resilient are you?

If there’s one thing we might have learned about ourselves over the past few months is just how resilient we are, what…
#change, #coaching, #resilience, #development

How to thrive through changing times

How do we feel as businesses and our lives start to return to something more resembling normality? We’ve all been…
NHS, Coaching, #covid19, #mentalhealth

Giving back to the NHS

For the past month I have been volunteering my services to help Project5, a community interest company set up to…
Training and Development

Understanding the psychological response to Coronavirus

As a student of neuroscience I’m fascinated by the different reactions the Coronavirus has set off in everyone. When we…
#coaching

Something to brighten up a rainy Friday afternoon

A psychology joke to brighten up a rather miserable Friday afternoon. Three brothers getting ready to leave for school.…
#midlife, #coaching

Does life get better with age?

One of my favourite books of last year was the Happiness Curve by J Rauch. This talks about how we are pre-disposed to…

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