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Great Supervision Conference, Bristol  We have just returned from the excellent Severn Therapy Supervision Conference, held this year in Bristol. Several CSA faculty and graduates attended. This conference attracts coaches and counsellors from all over the UK and beyond. It was simply gorgeous to connect with colleagues, old and new. We had many illuminating sessions […]

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Digitisation and Attention

 “Our desire for fast-moving, kaleidoscopic diversions didn’t originate with the invention of the World Wide Web…The distractions in our lives have been proliferating for a long time, but never has there been a medium that, like the Net, has been programmed to so widely scatter our attention and to do it so insistently.” Nicholas Carr […]

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“What Role Can Spiritual Intelligence Play in Our Coaching Relationships and Practices?” asks Jackee Holder

  In this article, Jackee Holder explores how we can develop our own spiritual intelligence to both enrich our own lives and our work with our clients. 2016.09.02 The Spirit of Coaching Jackee Holder BACP’s Coaching Today With thanks to Coaching Today. This article first appeared in the July 2016 issue of Coaching Today, which […]

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Can we please turn the video off?

Can We Please Turn the Video Off? “Can we please turn the video off?”, she said. I immediately felt intense curiosity shooting up my spine.A couple of years ago I was coaching a senior consultant via Skype, and this is how she started one of our sessions. Something told me not to explore her request […]

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A Personal View: The EU Referendum: A Collective and Personal Wake Up Call

Written on the 30th June 2016 I voted to Remain. I thought on balance Remain would give us the best chance to change organically from within whilst also appreciating although not always agreeing with the many of the points also raised by the Leave Campaign. But like many I woke up to what felt like […]

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What are Inclusive Leaders Made Of? By Razia Aziz and Jonathan Heath, the Equality Academy Ltd

Inclusive leadership is in fashion. Names such as McKinsey, Deloitte and Ernst & Young, have captured the attention of international business for the benefits of diversity, and the key role of inclusive leadership in ensuring that diversity is maximised – with an emphasis on a strategic approach. Research abounds which appears to show that diversity, […]

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‘Nothing to do. Nowhere to go’

‘Nothing to do. Nowhere to go.’ Zen Master Lin Chi As Hunter Beaumont (Gestalt thinker, teacher and former president of Los Angeles Gestalt Institute) writes: “When we mirror someone we don’t DO anything. We listen, we hear, but we don’t DO. Mirroring in that way creates a feedback loop that can facilitate awareness… that’s mirroring. […]

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The Lightest Touch by Jo Birch

  In this article Jo Birch explores what it feels like to be in the “Groan Zone” of Disturbance between Divergence and Convergence for learning and change. She writes: “I walked across the dry grass, conscious of my heart beating, the smell of the circus coming into my awareness. I drew back the canvas of […]

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