The ability to speak does not make you intelligent.

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Research and common sense confirm that people’s motivation, energy, well being and productivity is directly linked to how they are managed, and their experiences at work.

People Experience & Coaching

ēniteō helps organisations create the right people experience through common-sense coaching. We help leaders and managers to bring authenticity to balancing motivating people with managing performance. 

It’s not uncommon to get into the habit of listening to people in order to reply rather than listening to people in order to understand. Executing a genuine people-centered approach to running your organisation requires a balance between setting standards and taking control and giving away power to others. This requires high levels of restraint, empathy, and reflection.

Through structured, skills-based coaching ēniteō can help leaders and managers reconcile the challenges of delivering the needed performance with creating an inclusive, diverse, and engaging culture.  Using the Outcome, Situation, Choice and Consequences, Action, and Review (OSCAR) model of coaching pioneered by Jenny Rogers, we help build better workplaces.

Dealing with relationship conflict

Dealing with relationship conflict

Dealing with relationship conflict Any conflict, with anyone, can be draining and distracting.  Think about it – falling out with your boss, is about as bad as falling out with your partner at home. OK in the long run maybe you can leave a job (perhaps the same could...

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Being awesome in a new job

Being awesome in a new job

Who wouldn’t want to be awesome in a new job? Arriving at a new employer and having people tell you what a wonderful contribution you’re making, is the ultimate self-confidence and self-esteem booster. When your self-confidence is high, you’re more likely to bring...

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Finding a mentor and how one can help

Finding a mentor and how one can help

Finding a mentor and how one can help You might think finding a mentor is a difficult task. Surely mentors are business types, senior people, with little time on their hands to help others? Aren’t they reserved for people in high-potential talent pools or who are...

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