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Considering Coaching

For some people, the choice to work with a coach is the result of a long process of research, decision and then indecision, and more research.  Some of the indicators that you might be a good candidate for coaching include: You are concerned about your effectiveness....

Coaching Supervision – a relational practice

Coaching Supervision understands that while the observable business of coaching is going on – meetings, contracting, outlining coaching programs, coaching sessions – it is people who do the talking and thus, who and how we are in the conversation, affects outcomes....

My Approach to Coaching

Executive Leadership Coaching Half of leadership is observation. Half is doing something about what you observe. All of it is about being human. Leaders face challenges that often cannot be discussed with people in their organization. An external coach can help...

Resourcing the Coach

Another important part of coaching supervision is resourcing/restoring the coach. Real coaching is demanding on the emotional and sometimes physical energy of the coach and client. If the work is productive and useful, energy and well-being for both tends to increase....

Strengthen Your Team with Coaching

Leadership teams are often confronted with changing membership, circumstances, and challenges that do not fit existing leadership patterns and practices. Coaching can assist the team in recognizing existing patterns, assessing their appropriateness for the new...