As a coach, you know better than anybody how important it is to always be learning. Education, formal and otherwise, is empowering, so people should always make themselves open to furthering their knowledge. When you’re in the position of a professional, just as a coach is, the sense of authority can get in your head. […]Read more →
In 1990, I was sitting in the window seat of my beautiful country home, married to a successful husband and had the freedom to be a stay-at-home mom. Then, the news came crashing down on me like a tsunami; my first son was born with severe brain damage, and within five years, I was a […]Read more →
Times are changing. No longer is it enough to have a purely transactional relationship with your clients. The focus has shifted to a more “value-added” approach around supporting business and personal growth, not just dealing with various elements in an isolated vacuum. The reality is that those professionals who embrace this and evolve for this […]Read more →
The core of coaching is to be an enabler and holder of safe space so that the client can explore their inner self. For this to happen, it is important that we are aware of our purpose and who we are, not only as coaches, but as the wholeness of ourselves. As we listen closely […]Read more →
Working with an executive or life coach could be one of the most important decisions you make. Therefore, taking the time to find the right coach for you is crucial. Here are a few things to consider during your search. How important is the issue? Whatever question or issue you want to explore with a […]Read more →
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