Red Alert

Surely the treatment of shame belongs to the therapist? One experienced psychologist and coach believes otherwise and describes her work with sensitive clients . Marion Gillie Shame isn’t a word you hear often in business. You’re more likely to talk about the fear of...

Brown: embrace your vulnerability

People who feel they are ‘good enough’ have in common an ability to feel and give love, to be vulnerable, to do creative things – and to take rest and play at least as seriously as they do work, said Brené Brown at the ICF conference. Brown carried out research to...

Give shame a voice in your conversations

International coach federation global conference, 3-6 October 2012, london Coaching in which shame isn’t talked about, probably isn’t going deep enough, said Brené Brown, a research professor at the University of Houston Graduate College of Social Work. “Shame is the...

Who is setting the goalposts?

How do psychologists view goals in coaching? David Megginson, emeritus professor of HRD, Coaching & Mentoring Research Unit, Sheffield Hallam University, finds some unlikely alliances of opinion I’m co-writing a book on goals in coaching, and we have some great...

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