Failure is not an option

A light-hearted look at a coaching issue Jock Yewlar of McKee Moose Consulting and Bronte Biscuit of Eh Up Consulting offer some light relief to anyone who has encountered a walking, talking stereotype or spotted the warning signs in themselves. This issue: the...

Meaning and purpose survey results

Results of survey on meaning and purpose in coaching Results of the Coaching at Work’s joint survey with the Association for Coaching on meaning and purpose in coaching Q1. How often do you address meaning and purpose in your coaching sessions? In every session 14% In...

Meant to be

How important is meaning and purpose in the solution-focused relationship? Examines perspectives that take coach and client beyond the personal lens Eve Turner Is discussing meaning and purpose “cool”? A while ago I was worried that raising it with fellow coaches or...

Live and learn

What does transpersonal coaching feel like? An expert takes you through four brief exercises to help you and your clients discover true purpose in life. John Whitmore In this masterclass on transpersonal coaching, instead of giving examples from work with clients, I...

Does curiosity kill the chat?

Can we lay all judgment aside in a coaching conversation? An academic at Sheffield Hallam University’s Coaching and Mentoring Research Unit examines our motivations. David Wagstaff Walking during late afternoons, as the nights close in, I get glimpses into people’s...

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