Quite drawn to the simplicity of this article by Erika Andersen. The context is executive coaching but the points she raises and the transfer over across all good coaching relationships. 6 Benefits: 1 See yourself more clearly 2 See others more clearly 3 Learn new ways to respond. 4 Leverage your existing strengths 5 Build […]
I love the Johari window. It sounds mystical and I think it can work at quite an existential level, but actually the model was developed in the 1950s by two American psychologists Joseph Luft and Harry Ingham and named it ‘Johari’ after combining parts of their first names (Joe and Harry). It’s a really useful […]
Perhaps the fear of change is as much a constant as change itself—we like routine, and the familiar—it makes us feel in control of our lives, even if these routines involves habits, behaviours and self-beliefs that might be no longer useful.
Within a coaching context, I believe that creativity can effectively utilised as a tool by all and relevant within all sectors of human endeavour and professional contexts. Not least as a means of enabling refection, helping to re-frame problems, challenge self-limiting beliefs and help to working towards solution focused outcomes.