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4D Leadership

4D Leadership – Competitive Advantage Through Vertical Leadership Development

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’.

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Ceri Stokes


Ceri Stokes is dedicated to helping her clients define what makes the greatest difference in the shortest time frame, to deliver their commercial objectives. Ceri has a first class degree in Human Biology and began her career at a Sunday Times Fast track 100 company. Since joining Complete Coherence she has developed into a coach and facilitator, working with clients in academy, team and individual settings.

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Complete Coherence @ Changeboard Future Talent Conference

We thoroughly enjoyed this year’s Changeboard Future Talent Conference. It was a day full of thought provoking conversations and a lot of laughs, not least thanks to the amazing Lenny Henry! In the afternoon, Alan Watkins, Complete Coherence’s CEO, ran an interactive session with Alastair Campbell and Geoff McDonald about the importance of mental health, and what businesses can do to help break the stigma. Here are our key take-aways from the session.

Posted on: 03 Apr 2018 in News and events & Blog & Blog & Personal development & HRD


Making graduate programmes fit for the future

We invited nine leaders from different organisations to share their experiences and views on graduate development. Here are the insights we gathered from the collective wisdom of the participants.

Posted on: 08 Feb 2018 in News and events & Blog & Blog & HRD & Gen-Y

Impact of Coaching

The impact of coaching has been notoriously hard to quantify. While many executives ‘feel’ they have benefited from coaching, few studies have provided ‘hard’ evidence of a significant return on investment. This white paper suggests how it’s possible to quantify an increase in an executive’s objective energy levels and a reduction in their stress levels …Read more

Posted on: 21 Nov 2017 in White papers

What’s the key ingredient for a successful team?

Blog: What’s the key ingredient for a successful team?

It has been an Olympic fiesta like never before for Britain: their best medal haul in 108 years, second in the medal table, the only host nation to go on to win more medals at the next Olympics. Liz Nicholl, CEO of UK Sport, has declared that Britain is now a “sporting superpower”. But what …Read more

Posted on: 24 Aug 2016 in Blog & Business owner & Sport

If Summer is leaving you hot and bothered, cool off with these tips

Blog: If Summer is leaving you hot and bothered

Summer can leave us all feeling hot and bothered (yes, even in the UK). With additional worries such as arranging child care, holidays and of course trying to navigate the great British weather, we all need to take a bit of time to look after ourselves. When we find ourselves feeling a little stressed, our …Read more

Posted on: 27 Jul 2016 in HRD


My mum, coherence and me

  At Complete Coherence we’ve have been looking into the effect that Heart Rate Variability (HRV) on business performance for over 18 years. It’s a matter very close to our hearts (sorry for the pun!). It’s also a fundamental part of our work with leaders as we help them improve their resilience and capacity. Luckily …Read more

Posted on: 01 Jun 2016 in Personal development & HRD

How I came to realise the importance of being over doing

How I came to realise the importance of being over doing….

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

Posted on: 04 May 2016 in Personal development