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When life at the top becomes too lonely…


  • When you’re unsure of the loyalties of those around you…
  • When a complex situation is unfolding too quickly…
  • When you are negotiating a political minefield…
  • When your own sense of confidence and security is challenged…

 


Working as a confidant to leaders and other people of power, I provide senior executive, business and leadership ‘counsel’, with a psychodynamic focus, helping you to exceed your own tough expectations by seeing situations, organisations, yourself and others, differently. I have been working behind the scenes like this for over a decade – you will find details of my qualifications, experience and testimonials by following the tabs above.

My articles reflect various aspects of my work. Use the menu to select particular themes.

If you feel I might be able to help you, please call, use skype, or email.
Graham Wilson


My latest articles

  • University of Oxford – Advanced Coaching Course – Autumn 2015 Key facts Type Weekly Classes Location Oxford & Reading Address Ewert House, Ewert Place, Oxford, OX2 7DD and London Road Campus, University of Reading, RG1 5AQ Dates Oxford – Wed 30 Sep to Wed 2 Dec 2015 Reading – Thu 1 Oct to Thu 3 Dec 2015 Both courses run from 6.30pm-9.30pm for 10 meetings Subject area(s) Psychology and Counselling CATS points 10 Fees From £380.00 Application status Applications being accepted Course code Oxford = O15P704PCW / Reading = R15P269PCW Course contact If you have ...
  • The most motivated businesses are employee-owned – and we told you that 20yrs ago Do you ever have that sense of deja vu when you see a piece of headline news? Well I’ve had one today. According to the Chartered Management Institute, “GROUND-BREAKING NEW RESEARCH FROM THE CMI REVEALS HOW MUCH GIVING OWNERSHIP TO EMPLOYEES CAN IMPROVE BUSINESS AND INDIVIDUAL PERFORMANCE” (their capitals). (REF: http://www.managers.org.uk/insights/news/2015/july/meet-britains-most-highly-motivated-companies) They go on to say; “New ...
  • The role of LinkedIn in building your network Among others, I work with senior executives looking for a new role. It often comes as a surprise to them to learn that almost across the board 80%+ of jobs are created for the individual rather than being conceived and advertised beforehand. In order to have someone create a role for you, they need to ...
  • Thirty more things to bring to coaching The other month, I posted an article listing 30 things that people often bring to coaching with me. It is a handout that I use with students on a course that I help run in the Summer but is based on my experience with the executives that I regularly coach. Well, it has proven to ...
  • Thirty themes for coaching For a course that I help run each year, I have a list of themes that participants might want to include in coaching.  It’s fairly random, and slightly focused on the participants’ needs in this context, but it might help focus your own thinking as a starter. Building your professional reputation Creating a systematic approach to LinkedIN Creating ...