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Xenonex Shares Simple Steps for Giving Difficult Feedback

We often find that the leaders we work with return from a summer break refreshed and ready to tackle some of the more difficult issues that they need to deal with.  Commonly this also includes having to talk to the team about their performance – or lack of it.    We know that many people… Read More

Become an Agile Learner with Xenonex Coaching

Following my last blog about taking a proactive approach to learning – and encouraging those around you to do the same – I thought this was another slightly different look at the benefits of coaching as a tool to improve capacity for learning.  Taken from an original article by executive coach Monique Valcour it looks… Read More

How Xenonex can help Create an Open Culture Where People Are Open to Feedback

As professional coaches we are used to confronting tricky issues with individuals and teams and using our skills and experience to bring positive outcomes from difficult conversations. One of the benefits of coaching within an organisation is it supports a more open culture and as such brings benefits in terms of how people work within and… Read More

Xenonex shares tips on effective Coaching

The Xenonex team are busy working with senior leaders to develop and embed a coaching culture within their organisation.  However, at the start of a coaching journey both coach and coachee have much to learn in how they can make their coaching sessions effective.   Many managers new to coaching don’t follow up after their… Read More

Make Feedback Part of Your Routine

Feedback offers a useful part of coaching to help inform self-awareness amongst other things.  It enables individuals to learn more about how they come across and analyse any emerging themes.   At Xenonex we work with many busy senior level executives who can find it difficult to make time to give their own employees feedback…. Read More

Xenonex helps leaders get honest feedback

Getting useful feedback can be the fastest route to growth and improved performance. It’s not always an accurate reflection of who you are — it often isn’t. But it is always an accurate reflection of how you’re perceived. And knowing how you’re perceived is critically important if you want to increase your influence as a… Read More