Many things have changed over the course of the years around how I coach. I’m hoping that the rabbit-caught-in-headlights look of the early days of client work has dissipated! Similarly, the clumsy advice-as-question ruse has faded away over time.
We’re often asked about the regulation of coaching and whether it’s likely to be regulated in the future. Around this question, we often also hear the assumption that psychotherapy and counselling are regulated and that this seems to make coaching less credible...
To niche or not to niche? That is the question!
And it’s a question you’ll hear a lot in the coaching world. It’s discussed endlessly in books, blogs and forums about how to create a coaching practice.
Have you had a coffee today? Do you remember it?
For many people, the first thing that comes to mind when they think of mindfulness is meditation, stillness and quietness. But is this accurate? And how could this be useful in coaching which is a conversation based approach to change?