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The difference between Coaching & Mentoring by David Goddin

This week is ICF’s International Coaching Week and it’s a great opportunity to celebrate & discuss coaching. Each weekday I’m hosting blogs from a variety of authors exploring an aspect of coaching. You can read all the posts this week here & follow them on Twitter using #coachingblogs. The topic for today is “The difference between Coaching & Mentoring” which … Continue reading

The difference between Coaching & Mentoring by Ian Perry

This week is ICF’s International Coaching Week and it’s a great opportunity to celebrate & discuss coaching. Each weekday I’m hosting blogs from a variety of authors exploring an aspect of coaching. You can read all the posts this week here & follow them on Twitter using #coachingblogs. The topic for today is “The difference between Coaching & Mentoring” which … Continue reading

The impact of coaches actions & reactions on coaching outcomes by David Goddin

This week is ICF’s International Coaching Week and it’s a great opportunity to celebrate & discuss coaching. Each weekday I’m hosting blogs from a variety of authors exploring an aspect of coaching. You can read all the posts this week here & follow them on Twitter using #coachingblogs. The topic for today is “The impact of coaches actions & reactions … Continue reading

The impact of coaches actions & reactions on coaching outcomes by Clare Manning

This week is ICF’s International Coaching Week and it’s a great opportunity to celebrate & discuss coaching. Each weekday I’m hosting blogs from a variety of authors exploring an aspect of coaching. You can read all the posts this week here & follow them on Twitter using #coachingblogs. The topic for today is “The impact of coaches actions & reactions … Continue reading

10 Questions To Test Whether Your Coach Is A Fake by David Goddin

This week is ICF’s International Coaching Week and it’s a great opportunity to celebrate & discuss coaching. Each weekday I’m hosting blogs from a variety of authors exploring an aspect of coaching. You can read all the posts this week here & follow them on Twitter using #coachingblogs. The topic for today is “10 questions to test whether … Continue reading

10 Questions To Test Whether Your Coach Is A Fake by Jon Bartlett

This week is ICF’s International Coaching Week and it’s a great opportunity to celebrate & discuss coaching. Each weekday I’m hosting blogs from a variety of authors exploring an aspect of coaching. You can read all the posts this week here & follow them on Twitter using #coachingblogs. The topic for today is “10 questions to test whether your coach … Continue reading

Who coaches the coaches? by David Goddin

This week is ICF’s International Coaching Week and it’s a great opportunity to celebrate & discuss coaching. So, each weekday I’ll be hosting blogs from a variety of authors exploring an aspect of coaching. Watch out for these posts here & on Twitter #coachingblogs. The topic for today is “Who coaches the coaches?” which has been suggested by … Continue reading

Who coaches the coaches? by Clare Manning

This week is ICF’s International Coaching Week and it’s a great opportunity to celebrate & discuss coaching. So, each weekday I’ll be hosting blogs from a variety of authors exploring an aspect of coaching. Watch out for these posts here & on Twitter #coachingblogs. The topic for today is “Who coaches the coaches?” which has been suggested by … Continue reading

Exploring Coaching

Next week is ICF’s International Coaching Week (starting Monday). I’m not affiliated with the ICF but I think it’s a great opportunity to celebrate & discuss coaching. Each weekday I’ll be hosting blogs from a variety of authors exploring an aspect of coaching. I’ve got 5 quite challenging topics lined up so watch out for … Continue reading

The Spice Cupboard of Life

Growing up and even now in our own home, we have a cupboard full of herbs & spices. I’m sure many of you have similar culinary arrangements. However, many a time, I’ve found there’s often a disorganisation at work… humans have been busy! Bottles and jars are taken out of their place and put back … Continue reading

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