Category Archives: Coaching Supervision

The REAL Source and Cause of Your ANGER!!

Think of all the people, situations, events that make us really angry! It’s easy to find these anchors and blame them for our anger, but research shows that the real cause of our anger is often not the person, event … Continue reading

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When in doubt…ATTACK!!

Have you noticed that the primary response of many people in organisations and teams nowadays seems to be an offensive one? The intensity can range from an outright angry rejection or insult to sarcastic humour or even disempowering silence. People … Continue reading

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How our Past & Future distances us from our Present?

Listen to one’s self-talk! It could be your own or that of your client. Most of the unpleasant thoughts of what can go wrong, why things won’t work out, how badly one is likely to perform… are thoughts about what … Continue reading

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The Danger of High-Self Esteem!

Often we have clients who ‘suffer’ from low self-esteem, or want to develop a ‘higher’ self-esteem. Doubts plague them: Am I good enough to …(fill in the blanks). At the other end are those who have high self-esteem; the rest … Continue reading

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Don’t let FEAR stop you from moving ahead!

Often times if you – or your client – is not moving ahead with the goals that they’ve set for themselves, or not living a life that aligns with their values, or just plain stuck – then you/they are probably … Continue reading

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The VOICES in your head that derail you!

Oftentimes, we have voices in our head that limit or derail us from moving forward. These old programs often play unconsciously and we may not even be aware of them running, and of how they impact our feeling, thinking and … Continue reading

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Working with your clients with Authenticity!

As coaches we often work with clients who want to be ‘happy’. Bottom line most agendas, and they’d like to work on being happier in their lives, relationships, with themselves, co-workers, bosses, job, and so on. Why only clients? Don’t … Continue reading

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Do you want to be a Transformational Coach?

Transformational Coaching happens when a successful COACH is able to move her/his beliefs, values, learning and behaviours beyond their existing practice zone. They need to examine closely how they are interacting with their clients; be alert to what transference or … Continue reading

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Using AAR (After Action Review) in Leadership Reflection and Coaching Supervision

Carroll (2009) talks about how one can use AAR in coaching supervision or in leadership reflection (coaching). The AAR is a learning methodology devised by the American military as a way of learning from doing. The method and experience is … Continue reading

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Client asks the COACH – What about your own learning and development?

Coach! What if your client asks how you focus on your own learning and development? As coaches we help our clients make sense of their reality and empower them to better ways of being and doing. But how do we … Continue reading

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