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The specific benefits of diversity and how coaching can help

Workplaces where there is a clear recognition of the specific benefits of diversity – that are inclusive and respectful of people’s differences (race, gender, sexual orientation, religion, age, geographic background, education, economic background and thinking and communication styles, SIT, n.d.) … Continue reading

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Finding balance in your life: The coaching wheel

The coaching wheel is a tool used in coaching, for a wide range of reasons (you can find out more about some of the uses in this post – ‘Which solution is best for you?‘). The wheel of life, for … Continue reading

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Magical questions in coaching

Powerful questions are a cornerstone of coaching. These questions are sometimes called ‘magical’ because they can support a coachee to step around perceived barriers or familiar ways of thinking into a space where they are more creative. Their concrete context … Continue reading

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How do you coach an intuitor-type person?

Some people find it really useful to be more aware about the ways they think or react, and there are a range of approaches and tools available that can help us do this. Carl Jung, in the 1920s, for instance, … Continue reading

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Making the change we know in our hearts is essential…by building a coaching culture

This was a guest post for CORE education, which originally appeared as:  Making the change we know in our hearts is essential…by building a coaching culture. Today’s leaders are expected to work well with people. This expectation includes being able to … Continue reading

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Mentoring and coaching different genders – what are the differences? If any?

This is an extract from a blog that really caught my attention! “I realize that I am more inclined to coach women. I have recently become aware that, although I have two sons and a great husband, all of whom … Continue reading

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Fostering the courage to act

Most of today’s leaders are expected to deal effectively with people ́s motivation and be able to inspire them to their best performance. An essential part of this is fostering the courage to act, develop new ideas, take risks, and … Continue reading

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The eight stages to a successful coaching culture

When we learn something, we change. However, it may take several steps during a coaching session to help a coachee become aware that they have learned, and recognise the relevance and application of their learning, which in turn, can help … Continue reading

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Staying motivated and organised…

Ever find yourself with a to-do list with things that just don’t get done? Sometimes these are tasks or activities that are in someway off-putting to you, so how can you motivate yourself to do them? Louise Barnes-Johnston suggests an … Continue reading

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Staying in balance: Coaching core competencies

While under discussion between coaching theorists and practitioners, there are some core competencies that most will agree contribute to being an effective coach. These core competencies are the ‘things a coach does’ before, during and after a coaching session, and … Continue reading

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