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Twenty years ago the accumulation of skills, knowledge and experience (‘horizontal development’) was sufficient for business success. Today, it’s not. 4D Leadership – Competitive Advantage Through Vertical Leadership Development, offers a new approach of ‘vertical development’.See Other Books
Complete Coherence was founded in 2004 by Dr Alan Watkins, drawing on his background as a physician and neuroscientist. Our approach encompasses multiple lines of development based on human performance research, integrated with insights from neuroscience, biology, complexity theory and other diverse fields. We believe that with the right coaching and development, human beings can be brilliant every day.
We believe leaders are capable of so much more than they are currently delivering, even if they are working flat out. What’s more we can prove it, and show...More
Building a high performing team takes time, but the commercial return on investment can be significant. The Complete Coherence approach to team development achieves genuine improvements in team performance....More
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Why you feel what you feel | Alan Watkins | TEDxOxford
Being Brilliant Every Day
Being Brilliant Every Day
We’ve all been there, you’ve had a really busy couple of weeks at work, you’re exhausted and then someone says something that upsets you, frustrates you or just gets on your nerves. You then spend the next 12 hours feeling really distracted and unable to focus on the task at hand – ‘the doing’. Your …Read more
I once led a two-year development programme for ten high potential leaders at a major car company. To be accepted on to the programme at all was tough; a rigorous five stage selection process weeded out those who said they wanted to develop from those few who were committed to doing so. By the time …Read more
As someone who has had a mindfulness practice for over 10 years, I’m always amazed by the lack of clarity around what mindfulness is and how it will help. There always seems to be an air of mystery around it and how it works.
Stepping back and even stepping up to take a higher perspective can help executives see that a singular focus on ‘doing’ ignores two other really important dimensions.