Choosing a coaching training that fits you best can be hard. We’ve distilled 5 critical factors to consider when selecting coaching training.
With the rise of ChatGPT, we asked the Bot a few questions about how ChatGPT/ similar kinds of AI Coaching may change the landscape of executive coaching industry. We are amazed by its depth of analysis and think you might find it interesting too.
If you follow the world news closely, you will notice many controversial discussions about freedom of choice happening on all around the internet. Rest assured I am not trying to tap into politics in this blog. I believe everyone is entitled to express their views and fight for what they think is right. Going through threads of intense comments and opinions, I am surprised at how few people bring up the simple but fundamental issue – what constitutes to a good choice?
In this blog, I would like to share with you three major areas of how psychology transformed my coaching and why you should bring psychology into coaching.
I don’t subscribe to the “coaching is not psychology” school of thought. In fact, I think that it is a false dichotomy. And in recent years I’ve come to the conclusion that this false dichotomy is harmful to the coaching profession. In this blog, I will argue that coaching is a form of psychology and that it is a good thing.
My work as a professional coach over the past decade has led me on an interesting path. A path that led me towards powerful and transformative coaching. But one that diverted from what I was taught to be “proper” coaching. What is “proper” coaching, which “path” I’m on and what am I hoping to achieve? Let me explain.
2022 is a year about employee retention. The Great Resignation that swept over the world revealed that pay incentives have become less critical for people’s stay. If you are considering an investment in coaching or expanding the scale of coaching in your organisation, what should you do? In this article, we bring in three expert perspectives on utilising your coaching initiatives for improving your employee retention in the long run.
Last week, we shared 3 types of stuckness and 3 common reasons for feeling stuck. Wonder how to get unstuck? In this article, we will share 3 tips on getting unstuck.