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COACHING AT WORK CONFERENCE, 3 JULY, 2019 – HALOS AND HORNS AND TIME TO THINK

HALOS AND HORNS Eve Turner together with Natasha Maw and Gregor Findley, presented Turner’s tool Halos and Horns, about our assignment of values and biases in our interaction with others, and the exploration of this unconscious process, when reflected on. Guided by a method of questions and answers, the tool is designed to reveal trends and patterns of thinking that we, as practicing coaches, may not be aware of, in relation to our clients and also our own preferences and prejudices. Attendees were invited to take part in individual and group work, by completing a personal table of answers first, […]

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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 clients were rarely brought to supervision, staying ‘in darkness’ instead – and I strongly believed all our clients deserved their time ‘in the sunshine’. Also, I believed that when we look at clients individually, we may miss the patterns and themes: for example, what sort […]

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