A couple of weeks ago I was lucky enough to see Sukh Pabial speaking at the EMCC London Network about Positive Psychology.
In case you’ve not heard of it, the EMCC London Network is one of around 15 such networks around the UK that operate as inclusive communities of practice. They are for anyone with an interest in coaching &/or mentoring including external & internal practitioners, trainers, supervisors, HR, L&D and OD professionals.
Sukh’s talk was very interactive and helped the audience understand more clearly what is meant by Positive Psychology. Perhaps more importantly, the discussions Sukh facilitated helped me appreciate the related practices that we already use or could use in coaching & mentoring.
It’s since struck me that there doesn’t seem to much blogging out there about the positive practices that we use when we coach &/or mentor others. The chances are we all coach & mentor to some degree or another and I’m sure we all use positive practices that we could share…
An Invitation to Blog
So do you have some positive practices in coaching & mentoring that you’d like to share? Well, here’s your opportunity… Would you like to write a guest blog here?
No matter what your role is, if you have some positive practices that you use, have used or have been a recipient of during coaching or mentoring then I’d love you to share you practices & experiences by guest blogging here!
- You don’t need to be a “coach” or “mentor” by title – anyone with an experience of positive practices in coaching or mentoring to share can write here.
- Your experience doesn’t need to have been recent – any positive practice that has worked or left a lasting effect can be shared here.
- You choose how much to write and how much to share – quality is much more important to me than quantity. If you desire or require anonymity then that’s OK. If you want to write more than one post that’s fine too.
A blogging bonus!
And here’s a bonus… We have 2 tickets to give away for Sukh’s “Positive Psychology in Application” event on August 17th in London!
These will be given to the two most inspiring guest posts written and published here before Friday 10th August. Winners will be informed on Friday 10th August. In case you are not able to attend, the winners may choose to “gift” their prize to someone who would benefit and can commit to being at the event.
Sound interesting? Want to write something about your experiences of “Positive Practices in Coaching & Mentoring”? Leave a comment below or contact me here or on Twitter (@ChangeContinuum). Look forward to hearing from you!