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Wellness and the Coach

Wellness and the Coach

Christopher Paterson December 23, 2015 1

Unless you’re at your best as a coach, you can’t support your clients effectively. Therefore, understanding the cognitive, emotional and behavioral aspects of your own wellness is fundamental in order to be a successful

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Supervision of Coaches in Europe: Situation and Trends

Supervision of Coaches in Europe: Situation and Trends

Michel Moral November 7, 2015 0

The term “supervision” is used to describe the dialogue that the coach has with someone else called “supervisor”. The definition of the word “supervision” varies with the countries, the professional bodies and the professional

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The Future of Coaching: Trends that Illustrate the End is Near

The Future of Coaching: Trends that Illustrate the End is Near

Rey Carr November 7, 2015 1

I don’t believe the well-meaning, innovative and highly skilled pioneers of the coaching industry could have predicted the trends that are now occurring in coaching

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We’ve Lost Our Way AND Our Soul in the Process

We’ve Lost Our Way AND Our Soul in the Process

Michael Stratford November 5, 2015 0

Would anyone coaching, as a member in the ICF, tell a client that they had to imitate the existing success models in order to thrive? I would hope not. Would they seek to impose

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Supervision and Mentoring: A Distinction that is Arbitrary and Contrary?

Supervision and Mentoring: A Distinction that is Arbitrary and Contrary?

Marcia Reynolds November 5, 2015 0

The use of the words Supervision and Mentoring feel arbitrary and contrary to what we have been doing as ICF credentialed coaches/coach trainers as well as compared to the broader definitions out in the

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What is the soul of the ICF?

What is the soul of the ICF?

Jay Perry October 23, 2015 0

How do you see ICF today? I’m hopeful that within the organization there are people who are willing to push back, to ask questions, to challenge the status quo

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New Advances in Mentor Coaching Field: A Competencies Applied Model

New Advances in Mentor Coaching Field: A Competencies Applied Model

Damian Goldvarg October 23, 2015 1

The International Coach Federation (ICF) developed standards to assure that coaching training programs follow guidelines such as providing mentor coaching to participants

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Supervision or Peer Consultation: An Op-Ed Blog

Supervision or Peer Consultation: An Op-Ed Blog

Patrick Williams October 23, 2015 0

This whole idea of supervision is misguided. Who supervises the supervisors? Is this just another monetized certification

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The Coaching Case: A Matter of Trust

The Coaching Case: A Matter of Trust

Micheline Germanos October 14, 2015 0

Being genuinely empathetic to the issues the team is grappling with and providing direct yet respectful feedback is as useful with a group as it is in our individual coaching work

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On Mastery

On Mastery

Tony Latimer April 2, 2015 0

My understanding of what coaching mastery means is being totally in the moment and present, working at a deep level, and co-creating an environment where the client can achieve deep awareness and breakthrough

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