Unconscious bias – what is it and how does it affect our coaching practice?

Posted in: The Borderless Coaching Blog, The Diversity Blog- Mar 14, 2016 Comments Off

By Carol Campayne Unconscious bias – what is it and how does it affect our coaching practice? Unconscious bias is everywhere in the coaching space. And it is holding us back as coaches and holding our clients back too. But what is unconscious bias and what can we do about it? If you have a […]

Coaching the hidden 30%

Posted in: The Borderless Coaching Blog, The Diversity Blog- Nov 04, 2015 Comments Off

By Carol Campayne Coaching the hidden 30% Our evidence based action research reveals that coaches and mentors often gloss over the value that comes with difference. The assumption is, that we are naturally inclusive, are bias free in our coaching and mentoring relationships, and instinctively look for the strengths and assets that our clients’ diversity […]

Borderless Coaching

Posted in: The Borderless Coaching Blog, The Diversity Blog- Nov 02, 2015 Comments Off

By Carol Campayne Moving from Executive Coaching to Borderless Coaching In recent years executive coaching has morphed into one of the most powerful tools for leadership development transformation in the 21st Century. Just at the point where the corporate leader has come to her wit’s end, has reached deadlock or indeed feels that she has […]

Authentic Leadership Coaching

Posted in: The Diversity Blog- Nov 07, 2012 Comments Off

By Carol Campayne, Caroline Harper Jantuah and Lori Shook. The time has come for us to boldly re-write the leadership paradigm. Businesses need a radical leadership correction as the traditional models of the 20th century, which in the main have been grounded in the western philosophy of leadership, have served their time and purpose. The […]

Authenticity in Teams – Values Based Leadership

Posted in: The Diversity Blog- Nov 07, 2012 Comments Off

By Carol Campayne and Caroline Harper Jantuah Ever been a member of a team where you felt you didn’t quite belong? Have you experienced the need to stifle or suppress your thoughts and ideas because you didn’t feel colleagues would be open to an alternative perspective? Are you able to be your true self in […]

Authentic Leadership – a new perspective

Posted in: The Diversity Blog- Nov 07, 2012 Comments Off

By Carol Campayne What is the number one requirement for successful leadership in today’s increasingly globalised and diverse marketplace? Where can we find leaders who integrate personal power, relational skills and cultural dexterity to maximise leadership impact and deliver results? There’s something about the word “authentic” positioned confidently below the name of any brand that […]

The Value of Targeted BME Leadership Development

Posted in: The Diversity Blog- Apr 09, 2012 Comments Off

What are some of the key lessons that we can learn from organisations that have successfully run leadership development programmes targeted at their BME leaders………

The future is bright, the future is now

Posted in: The Diversity Blog- Feb 28, 2012 No Comments

Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic young leaders – Gen YDL – are dreaming big dreams today, are better represented in higher education than their share of the population, and yet, find it harder to secure work after graduating and to get on and stay on the fast track leadership ladder when they do…