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Positive Psychology

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A Social Learning Masterclass

Today I was at the Positive Psychology in Application event (#PPIA) run by Sukh Pabial. Sukh has already shared very generously lots of information on Positive Psychology on his blog so I won’t try to write about the subject matter as such.  Do look out for blogs from #PPIA especially from the event bloggers @martincouzins & @mervyndinnen. Instead, let me share … Continue reading

The moon, a telescope, a waterbed and being centred

Our final guest post this week on “Positive Practices in Coaching & Mentoring” comes from Phil Willcox.  Phil is a coach, consultant and facilitator of learning. You can find out more about his work on his company website E3 Training & Consultancy and find him on Twitter posting as @PhilWillcox. Phil’s post builds perfectly on the previous … Continue reading

Presence versus present

Our next guest post on “Positive Practices in Coaching & Mentoring” comes from Jon Bartlett. If you don’t already know him, Jon is a professional coach, mentor and mediator. I can recommend taking the time to read his blog and in particular this post. Look out for him on Twitter as @ProjectLibero . Jon’s succinct post for … Continue reading

Recently on People Performance Potential…

It’s been quite an extraordinary few weeks here on the blog with our series of guest posts on “Positive Practices in Coaching & Mentoring”. In case you’ve missed any of them here’s a quick run down of each… “Coach and Coachee: A Dance of Magnificence” by Clare Manning https://peopleperformancepotential.com/2012/07/16/coach-and-coachee-a-dance-of-magnificence/ Clare launched the series with a lovely … Continue reading

Offering unconditional positive regard

Today’s guest post on “Positive Practices in Coaching & Mentoring” comes from Meg Peppin. If you don’t already know her, Meg is an experienced organisational development practitioner, coach, group facilitator and organisation change agent. She has a delightful blog and can be found tweeting as @OD_Optimist . Meg’s post starts with a quote that resonates beautifully throughout … Continue reading

Coaching – formalise your programme or just be brilliant at it?

Next in the series of guest blogs on “Positive Practices in Coaching & Mentoring” is Perry Timms. If you don’t know him already, Perry is Head of OD & Talent for The Big Lottery Fund, blogs here and should be followed on Twitter here. Watch out for his tweets and blogs on #PunkHR! It’s a … Continue reading

It’s getting on my wick!

Next in the series of guest blogs on “Positive Practices in Coaching & Mentoring” is from Kev Wyke. Kev is a freelance Organisational Development Consultant, a relentlessly positive coach and an eternally optimistic facilitator who has yet to start his own blog but can be found lurking on twitter @kevwyke. Once you’ve read his post … Continue reading

Developing my Practice and Staying Sharp!

We’re running a series of guest post on “Positive Practices in Coaching & Mentoring“. You can read last week’s excellent blogs from Clare Manning here & Ian Pettigrew here. Today’s post is brought to you by Julie Drybrough (@Fuchsia_Blue). As a consultant, facilitator and coach/mentor Julie has worked extensively in both private and public sector … Continue reading

It is ALL about the client

Our second guest post in the series on “Positive Practices in Coaching & Mentoring” is brought to you by Ian Pettigrew (@KingfisherCoach) who runs Kingfisher Coaching with a mission to help people, teams, and organisations to deliver on their potential. I love the way that the message here is applicable beyond the world of coaching … Continue reading

Coach and Coachee: A Dance of Magnificence

Last week we broadcast an invitation to blog on “Positive Practices in Coaching & Mentoring” with a view to sharing more widely the positive coaching & mentoring practices used or experienced by others. Our first guest post is brought to you by Clare Manning, a Derbyshire coach and mediator. You can find her on Twitter … Continue reading