Groundhog Day

I just watched Groundhog Day with my family. Do you know it? If not, it’s a great film, especially for the world we find ourselves in currently. In a nutshell, grumpy TV broadcaster, Phil, and his ego get stranded by a snowstorm whilst capturing the ‘excitement’ of the annual Groundhog Day in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania. Phil […]

Seize the Day

On Wednesday, I heard that my office partner and dear friend, Charles died. He had a fall just before the Christmas holidays and is gone before the first week of the New Year is over. I can’t believe that I won’t have his bubbly fun in the office with me anymore.   As I walked […]

NEW – Inside-Out Coaching ACADEMY

Register NOW at:Inside-Out-Coaching ACADEMY Firstly, let’s start by having a look to the past….. Most of my clients stay in touch with me and I love that. I get little updates and celebration messages and occasionally a question or request, often with a note that they miss our sessions and reflective discussions. I answer all […]

What is Leadership Supervision

What makes Leadership Supervision with a trusted and qualified practitioner so valuable? ‘Change happens in the crucible of relationship’ – Bill Critchley. Leadership Supervision is designed to be collaborative, a conversation where one professional is fully present to the other. In this ‘crucible’, leaders are supported in all aspects of their work by an external […]

May You Live in Interesting Times

In 1966 Robert F. Kennedy famously said, “There is a Chinese curse which says “May you live in interesting times.” Like it or not, we live in interesting times. They are times of danger and uncertainty, but they are also the most creative of any time in the history of mankind.” Sound familiar? We are most certainly living in interesting times with the entire […]

What is Coaching Supervision, Anyway?

What is the difference between Mentoring, Executive Coaching, Peer Coaching & Coaching Supervision? Most people understand what coaching and mentoring are and what it means to work with a coach or mentor in a professional partnership. These professions, and others like them, are so-called ‘helping Professions’. As such, you can expect to be guided, supported, […]

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