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REFLECTIONS: NOURISH YOUR PRACTICE

‘Clarity, new ideas, insights and fresh perspectives.’ In her latest column, Lindsay Wittenberg considers the many benefits of reflective work I’m a natural reflector: I reflect in writing before and after every coaching and supervision session, I reflect mentally during those sessions – and I reflect in public for these columns. My reflection brings me clarity, new ideas, insights and fresh perspectives, and I consider it an intrinsic part of any coaching that I deliver: without it I would be simply skimming across the surface of what is actually going on and what the possibilities for change could be. It […]

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MY SOUL PURPOSE – A PROFILE OF JACKEE HOLDER

Jackee Holder is an executive coach, supervisor, trainer, author, interfaith minister and committed tree hugger. She is also one of the few black women coaching executives in the UK. Liz Hall finds out more By Liz Hall   Jackee Holder cuts a striking figure on the coaching scene – she’s tall, fascinating and yes, she’s black. One of the first black coaches in the UK, Holder remains a minority in mainstream coaching. However, she’s striking, too, because of her presence. There’s a spaciousness, thoughtfulness, curiosity and open-ness, a sense of vitality in the face of my questioning that as interviewer […]

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