CHANGE YOUR SPOTS

Leadership thinker Marshall Goldsmith’s latest book explains why it’s so hard to change behaviour and what we and our clients can do to reshape our thoughts and actions: it’s all down to our environment, he says  As coaches, our success often rides on whether our...

THE MAGIC OF MAPP

Dr Christian van Nieuwerburgh in the UK and Dr Ilona Boniwell in France contemplate the positive effects of studying on postgraduate Positive Psychology degrees Positive psychology has witnessed a phenomenally rapid growth within a relatively short period of time...

A NEET IDEA

Coaching skills are helping support workers connect more deeply with young people not in education, employment or training (NEETs), empowering and motivating them to take responsibility for their lives. Mark Bisson reports More than 35 million young people across OECD...

FACING UP TO SHAME

We have all felt shame at some point. It is integral to our learning, yet it can block it too. Zoe Cohen considers shame within coaching and supervision and why it matters so much Shame is a universally experienced human emotion and therefore, by definition, must be...

DON’T CALL ME HAPPY

Positivity Institute founder Suzy Green explains why positive psychology is all about enhancing resilience, achievement and wellbeing – but not about happiness. And why coaching is essential in helping build and sustain this approach to positive emotions She jokes...

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