Transactional Analysis is a favourite communications tool for coaches worldwide. Miriam Orriss, has studied and practised TA for over 25 years, beginning with a 6-year course in TA at Metanoia, London. Miriam has particular skills in supporting coaches who wish to develop their practice through the TA lens. She is a Director of the Coaching […]
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As Thanksgiving approaches in the land I call home, I find the call to gratitude and appreciation particularly necessary. Gratitude and appreciation are acts of grounding; activities that put one dead center to their core of Being. And I need to feel my solid soul in this time of an un-united state in America. There […]
Happy New Year! Eighteen months into my doctoral research, I have a very intriguing question to share. Why are executive clients so conspicuously absent in the debate about executive coaching effectiveness, and what can be done to increase their share of voice? How to define executive coaching effectiveness? In the fifties Donald Kirkpatrick developed a […]
J’aime le silence et toute la densité qu’il véhicule. J’aime écouter ses non-sonorités et l’écho de tous ses non-dits. Je m’incline devant la puissance subtile de ses messages. « Dans le vie quotidienne ordinaire, le silence est quelque chose qui n’intéresse personne. On considère plus important de réfléchir, de créer, de faire des choses _ […]
It was a joy to spend a day with Amanda Riding at her “Still Listening” workshop last month. Who would have thought that connecting with my purpose and intention would have such a profound effect on my ability to listen? And not just listen, but listen with a stillness that I have rarely encountered as […]
Mobile phone service providers eat your heart out there is 5G connectivity and it is available everywhere! These 5 ‘Gs’ are within us all. They help us access the best of ourselves as we go through seasons of the year. They are dynamic cardinal capacities in that they are like spices to help us flavour […]
Mot de l’auteur : « Rien de ce qui est fini n’est jamais complètement achevé Tant que tout ce qui est commencé n’est pas totalement terminé. » nous dit Pierre Dac1 avec humour « Terminer », en tant que condition essentielle pour rebondir, nous invite à apprendre à vraiment fermer des portes pour mieux en […]
Introducing the “Tree of Executive Coaching” ..An Organic Framework For Enabling Inspired Coaching Conversations… by Elaine Patterson I qualified as an Executive Coach with The OCM in 2006, went on to qualifiy as a Coach Supervisor with the Coaching Supervision Academy in 2009, and became accredited as an EMCC Master Practitioner in 2010. But my […]
Reframing my road map for coaching supervision Elena Granelle CSA Accredited Supervisor After our second workshop in London during February, I really felt overwhelmed and a very urgent and deep need to make some kind of order in my mind (big picture) about all the concepts, models, perspectives and methodologies I was receiving. My […]
CSA Presence at ICF Global Conference- Rio de Janeiro Karyn Prentice Senior Programme Trainer: USA, France and UK In the middle of November under a royal blue canopy of a seemingly endless spring sky in the southern hemisphere the ICF Global Conference for Latin and South America held its two day conference in Rio de […]
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