HOW TO… USE PSYCHOMETRICS IN COACHING

Psychometric questionnaires are used to increase self-awareness – something we, as coaches, strive for. They can also reveal the type of coach we will be. But which test is right for you?   By Jenny Rogers I guarantee that pressing questions for any newly qualified coach include, ‘What about psychometrics?’, ‘Do they really add value?’ and ‘What […]

HOW TO… COACH THE BOARD

Directors and CEOs in highly regulated environments are under intense pressure to succeed. Specialised coaching is required at board level for a productive relationship By Judith Nicol While the broad objective of improving effectiveness may be the same, coaching the board, as individuals or collectively, is different from working with executives further down the management […]

HOW TO… SUPPORT THOSE RETURNING TO WORK AFTER LONG-TERM SICK LEAVE

An employee who has experienced serious ill-health, whether physical or mental, needs time and understanding at work. Wellness coaching effectively supports such transitions, says Jackie Arnold In our volatile and unpredictable world there is a great deal of pressure put on individuals to always be at the top of their game. However, as many coaches know, […]

HOW TO… ACCESS THE WISDOM OF THE GROUP

A team contains a wealth of ideas, opinions and ultimately solutions to given issues. The Reflective Group Process for team coaching gives members a direct line to this resource, while improving group dynamics in the process, says Dr Patricia Bossons The Reflective Group Process has been around for quite a while, and appears in several […]