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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.

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Graham Wilson


My latest articles

  • When old business tries to embrace the new This morning, Business Insider, an online news channel published an article drawn from an Associated Press service. These days, native digital news media are growing in influence – as their non-digital, or hybrid, paper-based alternatives struggle to keep up. The article is here: http://www.businessinsider.com/man-must-hold-i-am-a-bully-sign-2014-4. It appeared with all the usual credits – evidence that no ...
  • Never start marketing messages with trite pleasantries In the past, I’ve written about ways of structuring letters, emails, and marketing collateral. There’s a really simple formula that has stood the tests of time. If you follow this approach then you needn’t worry about falling foul of this crass error. Sadly, though, many people don’t think about their message from the perspective of their reader. ...
  • Should coaching focus firstly on beliefs or behaviour? Do good coaches focus first on helping their clients behave differently or on helping them to evaluate, and possibly change, their beliefs? Some recent research has shown that coaching changes teaching practices without changing teachers’ beliefs; “Implementing instructional coaching using a partnership philosophy model to train teachers in reading skills.” The researchers studied the impact of coaching teachers ...
  • The origin of the term “integrative” in a psychotherapeutic (and by extrapolation, coaching) context It seems that the term, integrative, is being very wildly thrown around by a number of coaching practitioners who draw on a number of different disciplines in their work. This article, by the Integrative Psychotherapy Association, nicely explains the meaning of the term and how it differs from ‘eclectic’. If you want green walls, you generally buy ...
  • Russell Brand on being heckled I’ve only once been heckled. It was at an international conference that I was trying to chair and a very senior UK politician got a bit carried away with themselves. I tried to get them to be quiet, then had to repeat myself a bit more forcefully. At the time, I was heard ...