Darwin’s theories shed light on relations gap

By Ros Soulsby There is a strong fear of ‘not knowing’ in Western culture, which can lead to a disconnect in the coaching relationship with either or both parties experiencing a sense of shame at not being ‘good enough’. This was one of the themes at a workshop on 22 November at London’s Natural History Museum on ‘Coaching Beyond Survival of the Fittest’, facilitated by Simon Cavicchia and Sue Glasser. The event set out to raise awareness of how to access the relationship bridge between people, to explore how Darwin threw light on inclusion, exclusion and shame dynamics, and to […]

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