THE GRID™ UNLOCKED

Dr Magdalena Bak-Maier shares how organisational coaches and their clients are using her Grid™ work-life balance and productivity tool to achieve results in balance with life   Working hard and being well-known in the field of performance coaching across the world, I am no stranger to high-intensity work that can result in burnout. On the […]

TRIED & TESTED: THE HORNS OF THE DILEMMA

Eve Turner shares her ‘Halos and Horns’ model for exploring our practice and client systems systemically   The purpose of this tool is to look at our coaching, mentoring, supervision or consulting practice systemically, rather than considering individual elements, cases or clients. I devised it a few years ago, partly because I felt that some […]

TRIED AND TESTED – ERSHAD: A CULTURAL CONTEXT

Jenny Plaister-Ten road tests the Islamic Ershad coaching framework   The coach: Jenny Plaister-Ten The client: Samira Ben Omar, head of systems change, NW London Collaboration of CCGs, NHS   Originally from Morocco, Ben Omar moved to the UK when she was 15 years old. Our coaching sessions often included a conversation about her not liking to […]

TRIED AND TESTED: THE ‘PERILLS’ OF COACHING

David Clutterbuck shares PERILL: a pragmatic model of team function and dysfunction for use in team coaching Over the past 10 years, I have introduced a stream of trainee team coaches across the world to two models in particular: Lencioni’s (2002) and Hawkins’ (2011). In their feedback and presentations on practice, it’s clear that clients and […]