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NEW Webinar Supervision Group, Starting February/March 2017 Facilitated by Miriam Orriss

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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Executive coaches: it’s time to get real feedback from your clients! by Hélène Seiler

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 […]

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Le silence en supervision Nadine Bourneix PCC Executive Coach CSA Supervisor

 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 _ […]

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