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Do You Know A Leader Who Is In Mid Life Transition?
I’ve been running a series of CPD Workshops for Executive Coaches in the first few months of this year. One of the topics we worked on was entitled: Coaching Leaders through Mid Life Transition. This attracted a lot of interest, … Continue reading
Taking Care of Ourselves as Coaches: Bottom of the Pile?!
As Executive Coaches we quite rightly put a real focus on our clients, ensuring we are ‘match fit’ as we turn up to see them, and giving them 100%. But do we do the same for ourselves? Or do our … Continue reading
The Art of Giving Advice
I was reading an HBR article today The Art of Giving and Receiving Advice. The title piqued my interest. I often get into discussions with trainee coaches, on the thorny topic of ‘giving advice’! It is intriguing to think that … Continue reading
Guilt, Lies & Cycling
Originally posted on LifeCycling:
I stopped cycling at an elite level when I was eighteen years old. After accepting a scholarship to study at the University of Melbourne, I moved to the city, 200kms south of the small country town…
The Metrics of Human Consciousness: Free Webinar, October 7
The Metrics of Human Consciousness: Free Webinar, October 7.
Silence is Golden – A Guest Blog from Mandy Hetherton
I’ve been thinking about listening a lot recently, as I’m working with several new action learning groups. Action learning is a process whereby a small group of colleagues come together to help each other work through issues or challenges, by … Continue reading
Developing Mindful Leaders for the C-Suite
This HBR Blog rings true for me, given my experience of working with leaders at all levels in organisations today. For anyone interested in giving these ideas a go, try Wendy Palmer’s APP (Leadership Embodiment; Centering Practice) – I find … Continue reading
Why Coaching Skills Aren’t Just for Coaches
I keep circling this one….in varied conversations and training and coaching situations. The skills which coaches build and master, are, I believe, absolutely fundamental to managers and leaders in today’s organisations. I’m referring to skills such as – the ability … Continue reading
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Vorsprung durch Coaching?
A Guest Blog by Prof Paul Bishop There’s a very common stereotype about Germans: they are logical, rational, and efficient. They work hard, and they are economically successful: Germany is the land of the Wirtschaftswunder. And it’s true that the … Continue reading
Are you a wounded-self coach or a celebrated-self coach?
A guest blog by Dr Simon Western: Are your clients coming expecting to be healed or repaired, or for you to stroke their egos and tell them they can achieve their dreams? Or is there a third way? Coaching … Continue reading