It is, perhaps, no surprise that many coaches have images of butterflies on their websites. The journey of the humble caterpillar into majestic butterfly is an obvious trope for what coaching seeks to do – bring about change.
Finding a life coach that is right for you can be challenging. Once you’ve made a decision that you’d like to work with one, or at least explore the possibility, you then have to go out and actually find one!
Times change and thoughts shift. Whatever your profession or career, it is highly unlikely that it will stay in a static state, unchanged forever. The world is perpetually changing, and as it does many aspects of our lives change with it. We adapt our mindsets
Given that life coaching isn’t a regulated profession in the UK, it’s perfectly possible to set up shop with the sign ‘Life Coach’ above the door without any specific training. If you’ve got the confidence to do that – you could. However, that doesn’t mean you should.
Before we embark on an attempt to develop ourselves it is natural to do some research and understand why a particular method will suit you. If you’re considering seeking the services of a transformational coach, or perhaps even considering it as a career, you might be asking yourself what does a transformational coach do?
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...
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?