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Nigel Smith - Finding Myself: Developing 'Soft Skills for Hard Outcomes'

This week's Coach in the Spotlight is Nigel Smith, a project manager who was sceptical at first about the power of coaching but decided to enrol and experience this himself. Now he is the Agility Coach for Project Professionals, helping leaders in the project management field and not only. Nigel is also a gifted storyteller, so enjoy his thoughts on the coaching journey!

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Posted 12 Days Ago in: Coaching Articles

Why Addictive Behaviours Coaching and why now?

Where there is stress, there are unhealthy coping strategies. Many of us have been under a lot of stress in this past year in one way or another and Addictive Behaviour experts Kate Baily and Mandy Manners are on a mission to help us reflect on our habits. Find out more and discover the addictive habits pocket guide in this new article.

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Posted 12 Days Ago in: Coaching Articles

Matt Verrell - Why I became a coach

This week's Coach in the Spotlight is Matt Verrell, an ex-lawyer who discovered coaching after searching for ways to make a positive difference in the world. Discover the steps he took and his story from resigning from his corporate lawyer position to qualifying as Life Coach with The Coaching Academy, in this inspiring article!

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Posted 18 Days Ago in: Coaching Articles

How to turn challenges into superpowers

As England faces lockdown 2.0 people are reacting to it differently. Your experience might be distinct to your family, friends or even clients and that's normal. But award-winning coach and TCA Trainer Sharon Lawton says we all have 4 superpowers we can use in this challenge. Discover them in this insightful article!

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Posted 18 Days Ago in: Coaching Articles

Jessica Woodsford - Empowering an inclusive future

This week's Coach in the Spotlight is Jessica Woodsford, who chose to commit to two of her big passions - helping leaders and managers drive change in their lives, as well as, setting up a non-profit foundation to empower students from underrepresented groups to explore and focus on the future that is right for them. Enjoy Jessica's inspiring story!

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Posted 25 Days Ago in: Coaching Articles

Mastery Series: Pam Lidford on Supervision

We've launched a monthly Mastery Series to offer you top tips from our accomplished team and trainers. In this week's blog, confidence coach and trainer Pam Lidford shares the importance of supervision, it's benefits and how it helps your professional coaching development.

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Posted 27 Days Ago in: Coaching Articles

Jo Howarth - There is a better tomorrow out there with your name on it

This week's Coach in the Spotlight is Jo Howarth, a SEN mother who found hope and a new path within coaching. She gave up her job to care for her son after being diagnosed with autism 5 years ago and today Jo helps other SEN parents navigate these challenging waters as a professional coach.

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Posted 33 Days Ago in: Coaching Articles

Halloween Scary Myths about Coaching

Many scary myths are floating around about life coaching that might be stopping you or your clients from taking the leap. This Halloween we're unmasking the biggest myths and bringing to light the truth behind them.

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Posted 33 Days Ago in: Coaching Articles

Brian Eddies - Coaching with visual impairment

We caught up with inspiring graduate of The Coaching Academy, Brian Eddies. He is one of our students that we were delighted to offer extra support to, as someone with impaired vision. Brian has been using his coaching skills and many areas of life and his ventures and with this interview, we're checking in to see where Brian is 6 years after graduating. We hope you enjoy his inspiring story!

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Posted 41 Days Ago in: Coaching Articles

What Can I Do About Parental Guilt?

It's National Parenting Week - and anyone who is a parent will know that apart from being the most important job we will ever do, parenting can be a rollercoaster of emotions, with extreme highs and lows. As coaches, we can ask ourselves how we can support parents to be the best they can be and avoid the secret lots of parents hold which is parental guilt. We spoke to Award-winning family lifestyle coach Sharon Lawton to share her thoughts in this new article.

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