Month: April 2014

Follow the energy

One of the ways in which I have learned to measure the effectiveness of coaching conversations is by reference to the level of energy being produced and manifested within the work. It is often the case that an individual has

Who were you when you were seven?

I have found that during assessments, a surprising amount can be learned about how we manage our relationships and professional lives by considering what our lives were like when we were seven years old. To some degree the age seven

Assessments, making the most of first impressions

The assessment is a crucial opportunity to gauge presenting issues. Often I have found that the interventions I have made at chemistry meetings and assessment sessions are some of the most powerful moments in the coaching work that follows. I

Ethics

Executive Coaching requires a well-maintained ethical framework. For example, the work must be confidential, and the coach must operate reliably, and consistently. Similarly being in on-going supervision helps support and maintain the ethical dimensions of the work. Internalizing an ethical