Category Archives: coaching

Upskilling or changing awareness – transactional vs transformational coaching

In the art of coaching there are many different approaches and definitions. However, at a basic level they all are either transactional (coaching for performance) and / or transformational (coaching for a change in awareness and understanding that can lead … Continue reading

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Coaching and mentoring: Safe, confidential, and non – judgemental

A lovely overview from Sarah Whiting, about what coaching and mentoring is…and isn’t, and a couple of the options available through CORE Education. The description from the Edtalks site reads: Sarah Whiting, facilitator for CORE Education, discusses the role of … Continue reading

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Coaching and mentoring for all generations

I must admit to feeling just a bit excited when I read recently that people are crying out for coaching and mentoring (although I did wince a bit at some of the language used in the article :D). This is … Continue reading

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Visualising coaching…

Coaching is a bit of a buzzword, and you may be wondering why you might want to work with a coach, and what you’d get out of it. Mark Edwards and Hazel Owen (Ethos Consultancy NZ) have worked together with Cyma in a coaching … Continue reading

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Don’t let technology disruption disrupt your team: Living with change

This post was written as a guest post for Cyma (a technology and enterprise architecture consultancy), and was originally posted as Living With Change – Don’t let technology disruption disrupt your team on 16th April 2018. Hazel Owen has been helping Cyma employees with personal … Continue reading

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