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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 few additional ethical factors that must be considered. These factors fall into two broad categories: the potential vulnerability of your client, and your own understanding and experience of the implications of different resilience levels – for you as coach and for your client.   Your […]

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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 can’t have one without the other. Also it goes up and down daily. Resilience is driven by two fundamentals: a person’s resilience potential and the day-to-day demands on resilience. Each have different landscapes and it’s important to know which one someone is in. A person’s […]

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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 are overwhelmed and their well-being is suffering. Recently, the Academy of Executive Coaching carried out a survey2 around the demand for resilience. The results were shocking – 82% of participants said the demand was high; only 10% said the demand was manageable. If we add […]

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