UNSEEN FORCES – THE ORDERS OF SYSTEMIC CHANGE

Leading systemic coach Edward Rowland explains the “hidden architecture” in organisations and how leaders can work with it to create effective organisational cultures Working with leaders across the world for more than 17 years, supporting them to create sustainable and effective organisations, I have learned that achieving breakthrough coaching results requires skilfully navigating the client’s […]

ONCE MORE WITH FEELING

It’s time to give greater voice to emotions in coach supervision, argue Peter Duffell and Carmelina Lawton Smith Emotions arise frequently in coach supervision, and it’s important to investigate these as they offer valuable information, and to look for patterns across multiple events, suggests our latest research into emotions in the coaching space. In our […]

WHAT’S LOVE GOT TO DO WITH IT?

How the ancient mindfulness practice of loving-kindness meditation can turbo-charge your coaching. Paul Heardman reports We all know those quintessential lightbulb moments, when how we see the world suddenly shifts and things are never quite the same again. One of the great joys of coaching is being present when our clients experience such moments. I […]

AN ELEGANT DANCE WITH CHANGE

How can group coaching cultivate creative confidence? Eli Fumoto reports, sharing a model she has developed Creativity has become “a kind of moral imperative” (Osborne, 2003). But while it’s often on the ‘to-do’ lists of business people, how many of us believe we can be creative? I worked for a multinational pharmaceutical company as R&D […]

THE ONE THAT GOT AWAY. A PROFILE OF MARGARET CHAPMAN-CLARKE

Occupational psychologist, coach and supervisor, Margaret Chapman-Clarke’s love of learning has kept her one step ahead of the game, she tells Liz Hall   Margaret Chapman-Clarke has been described as a ‘quiet mover and shaker’. She’s often behind the scenes, observing, researching, integrating and, yes, shaking things up with insightful questions and innovations. A former […]

FIRST PERSON: NATIONAL GRID CASE STUDY

Coaching is boosting performance and employee engagement at National Grid. Craig Rollason reports My first awareness of coaching was some 20 years ago, when my employer at that time introduced “coaching for excellence”, a two-day course based on the GROW model run by internally trained coaches. I really liked the concept – introducing a different […]

VIRTUAL REALITY

Adapt to our digital world… or it’s the end for traditional coaches and mentors By Andrew Jackson, Tammy Tawadros and David Tinker The digitalisation of our culture and our psyches provides new challenges for coaches and mentors, who must re-think traditional practices or face a bleak future. Our always-on society and the digitalisation of most […]