HOW TO… COACH FOR RESILIENCE – PART 3

In this three part series, Jenny Campbell explores how to coach for resilience. Part 3: The ethics of resilience coaching   In this final article in our three-part series on resilience coaching, we examine ethics. While coaching is a reflexive ethical profession that strives for real integrity on behalf of clients, resilience coaching has a […]

HOW TO…COACH FOR RESILIENCE – part 2

In this three part series, Jenny Campbell explores how to coach for resilience. Part 2: Coaching for different levels of resilience   What’s your client’s resilience level? Is your coaching aligned to what they can actually take on, what they have capacity for? Resilience is about our capacity for change. It’s synergistic with wellbeing; you […]

HOW TO… COACH FOR RESILIENCE

In this three-part series, Jenny Campbell explores how to coach for resilience. Part 1: The principles of resilience coaching   Employees need to be resilient. I’ve always found the insights from the Resilience Engine’s resilience research1 transformative in my leadership coaching. But there’s another side to resilience. Employees are under massive pressure to perform. Many […]

HOW TO… MAKE A PROFESSIONAL WILL

Have you got a professional will? It makes sense to arrange one – while you still can. Gill Smith and Linda Aspey report What would happen to your clients, your livelihood and your business if you were suddenly unable to work because of serious illness, accident or unexpected death? Have you made arrangements about who’d tell […]

HOW TO…WORK WITH THE COMPETENCE LADDER

Jenny Bird and Sarah Gornall describe working with the competence ladder, a model for exploring the discomfort of learning Lots of coaches are familiar with the competence ladder, which describes a series of predictable stages through which people pass as they learn something new. It’s a useful model in relation to our own development and […]

HOW TO… KEEP WORKING PARENTS ENGAGED

Coaching for maternity and paternity returners only is a missed opportunity. For a well-managed transition, they must be engaged before, during and after their leave, says Jennifer Liston-Smith Why do organisations provide specialist coaching through the transition to parenthood? To engage and retain their knowledgeable mid-career people, support their performance on return from leave and […]

HOW TO… DEVELOP AUTHENTICITY

Charisma comes from being true to yourself. This aura of authenticity helps leaders flourish in the workplace. So why is it so hard to be authentic at work? And how can coaching help surface the barriers? By Nikki Owen   Charisma is an authentic power that captivates the hearts and minds of others. I believe […]