Things we like

We love to share with you a great find, an interesting read, what we are watching and who we are following. Take a peek at a few things we've been liking lately.

To watch

Jobshare podcast

We found listening to Endi Frydman's podcast on job sharing really interesting. No matter where you are in the world, there are great possibilities for making a job share work for you. Click the link to hear her thoughts.


To support

Brain Tumour Support Charity Golf Day

Red Door are proud to be sponsoring a round (best ladies score) at the Brain Tumour Support Charity Golf day. You can still sign up for a great day out supporting this fantastic cause.

Calling all golfers

To watch

Gareth Southgate....great leadership skills in action

Seven leadership lessons from Gareth Southgate

To support

South Glos Expo 2018

We enjoyed another great South Glos Expo on Weds 6th June at UWE Bristol in the new Bristol Business School building. Here we are with Eddie the Eagle! Many congratulations to South Glos Expo Directors - Lou Elliott from Elevate Your Business and Esther James from Socialable Media.

To read

Job shares: How to make two heads better than one

We liked this recent article from Timewise. Definitely worth a read if you are interested in Jobshare.

To watch

The Science of Resilience

The Science of Resilience

Journalist Sian Williams explores the science of resilience in this interesting programme looking into new research and thinking.

To read

Power job sharers

Vicky Scard and Karen McCabe, Head of Human Resources for Kidswear, Menswear and Home for Marks & Spencer have been recognised for their great working partnership in an article by Management Today. We are very pleased to have been part of their journey; as colleagues at Marks and Spencer and sharing our jobshare knowledge as coaches at Red Door.

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To read

The Key to the Gate

by EksAyn Aaron Anderson

Unlike other books about getting through to the decision maker by getting past the gatekeeper this one talks about engaging the gatekeeper, getting them on your side and building relationships that last beyond the phone call or contact. Locards Principle ‘every contact leaves a trace’ applied to the business world. A great read with some useful and thought-provoking ideas.

To read

Evaluation Feedback

The University of Bath gave us some really useful feedback from a recent Coaching Conversations workshop. We really enjoyed working with the team and it was great to hear they have found the day to be of value.

To visit

The best training location in England?

Top this for a training venue! Our room was the in the very centre of the beautiful Founders Building at Royal Holloway, University of London.