In this three-part series, Charlotte Housden reflects on how coaching matches up to other professions Part 1: Crossing the river by touching the stones Feedback is the lifeblood of coaching. It keeps us focused and reflective, connecting us with clients and...
Bearing witness to our clients’ stories can create trust, build an alliance, and lead to deeper and more sustainable coaching outcomes. Charlotte Housden reports Stories are everywhere: on TV, films, songs and throughout our newsfeeds. The author and lecturer,...
A year on from the last article on their Liminal Muse Conversation cards, Charlotte Housden and Michelle Lucas share how they’ve evolved the tool to fit the times A year ago (Coaching at Work, May/June 2020), we shared how we developed, tested and launched our...
Michelle Lucas and Charlotte Housden share their Liminal Muse Conversation Cards “I think of photography like therapy” – Harry Gruyaert, Belgian photographer What is it? We created Liminal Muse Conversation Cards as an antidote to too much thinking. Our story...
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