Category Archives: Coaching

Warning – Unconscious Bias Can Seriously Damage Your Coaching Practice!

The human brain is amazing. It has the capacity to assimilate a variety of information and down load it without us even realising it. We all will have experienced many different things throughout our lives through a variety of stimuli … Continue reading

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Team Development – A Case Study

[For this post, Debbie shares a case study which focuses on her work with a local authority education team.] I’ve worked with this team on several occasions doing a range of training and 1-1 coaching. Although most of my work … Continue reading

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Coaching Sessions – Where Do You Start?

As a coach – how do you start your coaching sessions? If it’s a very 1st session, you may start by setting expectations, clarifying what coaching is, identifying session frequency, signing a coaching agreement, and agreeing the coaching focus area(s). … Continue reading

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Coaching in Organisations is not a Luxury

We live in a time of unprecedented change with increasing demands upon our time and energy. The workplace is also evolving rapidly, requiring workers to keep improving their skills and knowledge. These expectations and demands need to be managed to … Continue reading

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3 Ways To Be A Great Coach

How do you ensure you’re delivering your best? As coaches we spend so much time focusing on the coachee, we can forget to focus on ourselves. But we must ensure we put aside a decent proportion of time and energy … Continue reading

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The goal is the goal!

What are goals? It sounds like an obvious question, but many of us are not clear what a goal is. It is, simply put: something you want to attain or achieve that is different to where you are now. Goals … Continue reading

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Are you listening to me?

For coaches, listening is one of the most important skills they need to have. If they’re not listening, they can’t ask the right questions at the right time. If they can’t ask the right questions, they won’t be able to … Continue reading

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