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What is a peak coaching experience?

When thinking about a peak coaching experience, the first thought most of us have is of an a-ha moment. Most coaches are familiar with, and aim to create for their clients, a-ha moments. Yet current research suggests that a-ha moments are only one of four kinds of experiences that clients typically describe as peak. This […]

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International scheduling and scheduling across timezones

If you’re working with a coaching colleague in another timezone, scheduling doesn’t have to be difficult. There are a range of resources to help you manage your appointments and make sure you both turn up at the same time. We’ve provided some options below, which you can try and see which works best for you. […]

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Does your website bring you clients?

If your website doesn’t bring you clients, you’re not alone. In fact, professional web designer for coaches, Kenn Shroder, says that 90% of coaching websites never bring a single client. When you know how much time and money coaches put into their websites, and how reliant most of us are on attracting clients this way, it’s a pretty dismal […]

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How to record coaching sessions

Recording your coaching sessions so you can listen back to them yourself is an essential part of your own reflective practice and professional development as a coach. It is also important for mentoring and credentialing processes. The submission of recordings of coaching sessions is necessary for some coach credential/certification applications such as the the ICF (International […]

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What is the role of innovation in the evolution of coaching?

The growth of coaching is often described as rapid. Indeed, in contrast to other professions that have evolved over hundreds of years, the evolution of coaching is short, spanning only a few decades. Yet within this brief history the field of coaching has seen much change, not only in relation to the tools and techniques […]

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Are you using the entire coaching court?

“Imagine what is possible when we give our client[s] the spaciousness of the full court to play in.” Carly Anderson, MCC   Metaphors are powerful for our clients, but they can also be a powerful lens for gaining a deeper understanding of the coaching process. Carly Anderson, MCC and ICF assessor, explains that coaching is like […]

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