As coaches, we each have our own views on the issues we face. But what choices would we make if we were offered different outlooks to play with? By Alister Scott and Neil Scotton Our perspective shapes how we think, and what we then experience and do. For example, a few years ago I met […]
Most coaches view supervision as a place of safety. However, a global investigation by Erik de Haan, of Ashridge Centre for Coaching, reveals ongoing issues around shame and trust Have you taken the most concerning, worrying and/or shameful episode that occurred in your practice over the last few years to supervision? If not, it seems […]
Peter Hawkins, John Leary-Joyce and Hilary Lines have been defining the concept of team coaching. Could a systemic approach be the way forward? The last five years have seen enormous growth in team coaching, but it is still early days in terms of its maturity. Prior to 2011, team coaching had been noticeable by its […]
Chrome browser users and anyone experiencing issues when viewing the PDFs, please right click on the link and select ‘save link as’ to view the PDF on your device. In Safari right click and select ‘download linked file’. Firefox browser users do not normally encounter any difficulty viewing the files. Keynote 1: Dianah Worman & […]
TIME SESSION NAME AND DESCRIPTION SPEAKERS 8:30 Registration 9:30 Introductions & welcome Liz Hall 9:40 KEYNOTE 1: Breaking through the glass ceiling Dianah Worman OBE & Jessica Chivers 10:25 Travel time to next session 10:30 CASE STUDY 1: Coaching at the Big Four (PricewaterhouseCoopers, KPMG, Ernst & Young & Deloitte) WORKSHOP 1A: Directive v. […]
Lindsay Wittenberg How do we help clients find their way back into safety following intense experiences? Lately I’ve become aware of how often extremes of uncertainty come up in my coaching sessions. Any leader’s life is full of the unpredictable, the ambiguous and the complex, but there’s a particular intensity, even threat, to the experiences […]
What does ‘any time, any place, anywhere’ look like in a coaching conversation, asks Stephanie Sturges, senior lecturer, Coaching & Mentoring Research Unit (CMRU), Sheffield Business School.
A number of years ago, my colleague and I were exploring with a group of coaches how coaching might be transferred into the workplace, where and when it might be appropriate to coach and how to assist in the development of a coaching culture.
We explored the notion of coaching ‘any time, any place, anywhere’, or as one coaching student termed it, a ‘Martini Moments’ approach to creating coaching culture.
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