• ‘Storytelling for Change’

    ‘Storytelling for Change’: A Facilitator’s Guide: This one-day event is for anyone interested in understanding how to harness the power of stories

    ‘Storytelling for Change’
  • Facilitation Skills Training

    Facilitation skills increase meeting effectiveness, help resolve conflict, increase participation and support quality decision making.

    Facilitation Skills Training
  • Gestalt Coaching Training

    Increase your capacity to successfully apply essential people skills!

    Gestalt Coaching Training
  • Free Youth Coaching

    Our free Youth Coaching service offers individuals aged 16-30 a space to explore how they can best advance their career and personal development.

    Free Youth Coaching


Coaching

Overview

Our coaches successfully help individuals and teams in improving performance and effectiveness

Coaching

Organisation Development

Overview

Our facilitators will work creatively in supporting you to develop your people and your organisation

Organisation Development

Training

Overview

Join us on one of our creative, participative and highly successful training events

Training

Kinharvie Institute - Co-creating vibrant workplaces where people realise their potential.

We do what we do with presence, optimism and innovation.

Presence – we show up in ways that ensure we are fully present to you, your needs and the agreed outcomes.

Optimism – we believe everyone is doing the best they can with what they have and know at this moment in time.  Through the art of raising awareness, we help people achieve even more.

Innovation – with both presence and optimism, we co-create with you innovative and bespoke solutions to your challenges and opportunities.

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Our blog


Leaders and Managers Should Adopt a Coaching Culture to Increase Workforce Engagement, Productivity and Initiative.

By Paul Cummings Tuesday, August 02, 2016. Comments (0)

Here are 5 Fundamental Beliefs of a Coaching Culture that Increase Workforce Engagement, Productivity and Initiative. Read full post


Our clients

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