We were recently facilitating our ILM accredited coach training when a participant came to an ‘aha’ moment; you could almost see the light bulb pop up above his head. He concluded, “I need to be more selfish”. We asked what he meant by that as the word selfish can be laden with negative … [Read more...] about Good to be selfish?
Solution focused evaluation… ‘capturing your sparkling moments’ ‘Evaluation is critical and we neglect it at our peril,’ says the CIPD in its recently published 2011 Coaching Climate survey report. ‘Without evaluation, practitioners cannot answer the value question. In an increasingly value-driven … [Read more...] about Evaluation is critical and we neglect it at our peril,’ says the CIPD
Below are the Top 10 valid reasons why you don't need an Executive Life Coach, do any resonate with you? 1. I am too long in the tooth and too sure of who I am to have someone challenge my thinking. 2. If I want that namby pamby hearts and flowers stuff, I'll get that from a partner, friends … [Read more...] about Top 10 reasons why you don’t need an Executive Life Coach
Despite the doom and gloom of the global economy, it's been a great week for our business. We have had a number of enquiries from the public and private sector which have resulted from past encounters with individuals that we have kept in contact with either through social media channels or … [Read more...] about The new economy of relationships and reciprocation
The American author Ursula LeGuin said in a speech given years ago “women grow things in darkness, not in light. It is darkness – with its secrets, earthiness, and joys, with its pains, losses, and despair- that we celebrate” I found this sentence intriguing and would like to share with you what … [Read more...] about Celebrating Darkness