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Dr Meredith Belbin coming to Ireland in March

Belbin Ireland are delighted to announce that Dr Belbin has accepted an invitation from the IITD – Irish Institute for Training and Development to address them on March 7th at a Breakfast Meeting in Dublin. He will be meeting existing and future clients over the next day and further announcements will be made as to […]


Leadership, Change and Transition!

Change is undoubtedly a constant now in all our lives and organisations with the pace, intensity and unremitting nature of it a real feature of our VUCA world (velocity, uncertainty, complexity, ambiguity). The ability to manage change is, therefore, a key requirement for any leader and there are some really useful models for change out […]


How is YOUR wellbeing in the workplace?

Written by Kieran Murphy Management Consultant and Executive Coach  Friday 8th April is National Wellbeing in the Workplace Day, in Ireland. When I spotted this it got me thinking about my experience of my own Wellbeing in the different workplaces I’ve been. One thing in particular struck me. As a manager I had a sense […]

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Develop the Capacity to Coach Senior Teams and Become a Change Agent in 2016

We know culture eats strategy, structure and others for breakfast – it’s very hungry…. So it seems really appropriate at the start of a new year to learn how best you can deal with culture change because in this VUCA world it is part of the norm in order to innovate. In a recent survey […]


The Art and Challenge of Presence in Transformative Work

Written By Gerard Ryan MCC MICF         In our practice as coaches we are very familiar with the need to be present for our clients and we see this competency as being fundamental to the art and effectiveness of coaching. The quality of one’s presence is, in fact, one of the principle distinguishing characteristics between the […]

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Leadership – The Subtle Challenge inherent in ‘Coaching Cultures’

by Gerry Ryan MCC MICF - Leadership/Executive Coach There is considerable investment and effort put into the development of ‘coaching cultures’ within organisations over the past number of years and in as many and varied ways as there are organisations. The level of effectiveness and success of these efforts are equally varied and I want to […]


Ego-system to Eco-system

Every day we see the need for people to go deeper into what’s going on within their organisations. Every day we see publicly the struggles which are emanating from the corporate world, be it from the banking crisis of the past to the crisis faced by BP in New Mexico. The most recent high profile […]

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Coaching Skills as a Manager

by Gerry Ryan MCC MICF - Leadership/Executive Coach In my own management career I remember well when I first attended a training course on coaching skills and the impact it had on me. To give some context to this – I was a pretty good manager in many ways, I worked well with people, I was […]

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Self Reflections: “The bigger the wave the bigger the mirror”

by Kieran Murphy - Management Consultant and Executive Coach When I think back on my journey to becoming a Systemic Team Coach, it seems a bit like big wave surfing. A Youtube video is the closest I have ever got to big wave surfing but I did hear Easkey Britton, Irish Champion surfer, talk about her […]


What Xenergie’s Systemic Team Coaching graduates say about the program

Xenergie’s Systemic Team Coaching Certificate Program is now entering it’s 4th intake year and is growing every year.

Read what past graduates have to say about the program.

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