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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. Coherence – The Secret Science of Brilliant Leadership, offers a new approach of ‘vertical development’.Find out more
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
Complete Coherence believes that managerial and leadership capability has been misunderstood and mismeasured for many years. Most modern management and leadership assessments fail because they don’t help you develop...More
Dr Alan Watkins talked about the importance of coherence and emotional literacy at last weekend’s TEDx event in Oxford (January 2015). With 1,800 people in attendance, Alan took to the stage to give the audience a special preview of the Universe of Emotions app that is currently in development.
I usually take one of two approaches to conflict – accommodation or avoidance. Those are the approaches with which I feel most comfortable. But a recent experience (and some helpful coaching) enabled me to put into practice a new approach to conflict management – an assertive approach. Someone was behaving aggressively towards me. Instead of …Read more
Sometimes when I’m observing boards or executive teams and the way they interact, I get flashbacks … to the school playground. Many people believe that when we reach adulthood we have matured. My experience of boards and executive teams would suggest otherwise. Anyone that has children or has interacted with children knows very well that …Read more
Recently, I had the great good fortune to meet a truly exceptional person. In fact, it’s a man who has provided much of the inspiration for the work I do with business leaders. Ken Wilber. Working with true greats is a privilege and an inspiration. It’s happened to me a few times in my life. …Read more