All posts by: Tim Anderson

Tim Anderson
About Tim Anderson
Tim has over thirty years’ experience within the sales environment as a sales person, a sales manager, a sales director and as a mentor and coach. He has run sales teams as a sales director within the IT sector as a direct re seller, a VAR and as an MSP. He has developed and exited from two IT businesses and supported three training and development organisations to grow their businesses by supporting their commercial offering. He has taken these teams through change initiatives . Tim continues to develop himself as a coach and has successfully taken his coaching into executive and leadership coaching. He has combined coaching with management and leadership development and regularly supports senior managers to take their next step upward in their careers. He is a qualified coach and a Chartered Manager and also holds a degree in professional consulting.
27/03/2019

The Benefits of Calculating the ROI for learning:

The Holy Grail or a missed opportunity? For many years now I have read about the desire to be able to demonstrate value for money in corporate training and development. Type ROI for training into any search engine and you can find hundreds, if not thousands of educated opinions on the subject. There are justifiable […]

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11/03/2019

Ideas for helping your team consistently work at peak performance.

How can supervision support your organisation? One of the biggest challenges I come across when talking with senior leaders and business owners is the ability of their managers to consistently perform at their peak. The organisations have invested thousands of pounds in training and development but often wonder why they are not seeing the investment […]

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Coaching, Personal Development
30/01/2019

Increasing Executive Presence might be the key to leadership success (article 3)

In his book The Next Level: What Insiders Know About Executive Success, Scott Eblin considers Personal Presence, Team Presence and Organisational Presence as three core traits that great modern leaders portray. He argues that developing these core traits often requires an executive to drop certain habits and clear the path to concentrate on developing good […]

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14/01/2019

Increasing Executive Presence might be the key to leadership success ( article 2)

In his book The Next Level: What Insiders Know About Executive Success, Scott Eblin considers Personal Presence, Team Presence and Organisational Presence as three core traits that great modern leaders portray. He argues that developing these core traits often requires an executive to drop certain habits and clear the path to concentrate on developing good […]

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Coaching, Personal Development, Training, Uncategorised
07/01/2019

Increasing Executive Presence might be the key to leadership success

Taking on a new role, increased scope in an existing role, operating in a constantly changing competitive environment – all of these are next level situations for senior managers and leaders according to Scott Eblin in his book, The Next Level: What Insiders Know About Executive Success. He describes managing at the next level and […]

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17/10/2018

The Bottom Line- Why you need to train your managers.

Front-line managers can have the single largest impact on your organization. A good (or bad) manager affects employee performance and satisfaction, productivity, efficiency, turnover, and the overall health of any organization. If your company is in business to make a profit, it goes without saying that investing in training is a smart move. A good manager needs […]

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Coaching, Personal Development, Training
27/10/2017

Apprenticeship Myths

I am extremely thankful to Aron Myerthall aron.myerthall@ior.org. of the British Institute of Recruiters for constructing the following article that I have edited slightly to form an emphasis on Apprenticeships in a wider context than for the recruitment sector that Aron represents. For those reading this article and who have direct interest in the recruitment […]

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Personal Development, Sales Consultancy, SMEs, Training
08/09/2017

Details of the EMCC Thames Valley Group group meeting 25th September 2017

  I am delighted to have Judy James attending our network event and she will provide a CPD workshop on: Working with Emotion – Fostering Emotional Intelligence, Resilience and Workplace Well-being. A basic understanding of emotion, emotional reactions and interpersonal dynamics at work are essential attributes for coaching professionals: This 2 hour session will explore that notion […]

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Coaching, Education Sector, Personal Development, Training, Uncategorised