Executive Coaching in a Nutshell: What You Need to Know to Decide if it’s for You

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The popularity of coaching as an approach to personal and professional development and change continues to grow, and this comes as little surprise to us. As a transformational coaching school we know the power of coaching as a means for transformation, and it would seem we are not the only…

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Exploring Narrative Coaching and the Power of Stories: A Discussion With Dr. David Drake

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In this fascinating episode of Coaching Uncaged Animas Centre Director Robert Stephenson is joined by coach, author and Founder of Narrative Coaching Dr. David Drake as they dive deep into the narrative coaching approach and what it brings to the coaching dynamic. David shares how his narrative coaching approach grew…

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Scrimp Not – The Power of Contracting

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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. I reach less and less for a model or tool to…

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Exploring Organisational Leadership Approaches to Diversity & Inclusion: Discussion With Srabani Sen

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In this thought-provoking episode of Coaching Uncaged Animas Centre Director Robert Stephenson is joined by coach, experienced executive leader, chairperson for multiple organisations and Founder of Full Colour leadership specialists Srabani Sen as they explore leadership and organisational approaches to greater diversity and inclusion. Dive into this discussion now by…

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What Are the Different Coaching Styles?

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At its most basic, coaching is a powerful collaborative process between coach and client that aims to improve the client’s life. Yet within the overall broad umbrella term of ‘coaching’, there are many different coaching styles, each focused on specific audiences or areas of growth. Whilst there are too many…

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Existential Coaching in a Nutshell

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Contents What is existential coaching?Existential coaching emerged from existential therapy, which focuses on the human condition as a whole. The approach is informed by existential thinkers such as Sartre, Kierkegaard, De Beauvoir and Fanon, and is the only form of psychotherapy based in philosophy. Existential work looks at what it…

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Exploring Existential Approaches to Coaching: A Discussion With Sasha van Deurzen-Smith

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In this episode of Coaching Uncaged Animas Centre Director Robert Stephenson is joined by Existential Coach, Trainer and Author Sasha van Deurzen-Smith to explore what we mean by existential coaching, and what existential approaches bring to the coaching dynamic. Dive into this discussion now by clicking the image below. We…

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Not Everyone Is a Coach

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I sometimes try and remember how it was before I entered this world of coaching. Before my history and the searches that I had made ensured that social media algorithms filled my timeline with posts and ads from other coaches.I wasn’t on LinkedIn before, so I don’t know how it…

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Why You Should Consider Choosing an Online Coaching Course and What to Look for

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If you’re considering qualifying as a coach, the current learning opportunities are greater than ever. The COVID-19 pandemic has necessitated new methods of working and learning, and as a result, many coaching courses that were previously only taught in person are now available online. Of course, online learning isn’t simply…

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