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Posted 335 Days Ago in: Coaching Articles
Was there a time when you once said, 'one day I am going to ….…’ and then didn’t get round to do whatever it was you said you were going to? Maybe that day has now come; when we set ourselves goals we face an interesting dilemma: do we make the goal small that it can be easily achieved or do we make it so large that it feels too big to conquer? When facing a career or lifestyle crossroads, there are numerous things to consider.
Posted 342 Days Ago in: Coaching Articles
Have you ever noticed how conversation just seems to flow when two people are in rapport? Their bodies as well as their words match each other. Just watch a couple in a restaurant or friends meeting in a pub, they dance the dance of rapport! Picking up their glasses in unison, matching each other’s body language and speaking styles - is all part of the dance!
Posted 1175 Days Ago in: Coaching Articles
Our inner voice is great at letting us know when we need to have a difficult conversation with someone. We know that, if we could have that conversation, we would feel much lighter, and a situation would be improved, maybe for ourselves and maybe for others too.
Posted 1182 Days Ago in: Coaching Articles
Thanks to community leader Nelia Koroleva for sharing the key information about the group that she runs in London.
Posted 1265 Days Ago in: Coaching Articles, Personal Performance Coaching
What we say can create or destroy rapport, but interestingly only 7% of communication is the spoken word. Our body language and our tone of voice are more important than the actual words spoken.
Posted 2134 Days Ago in: Coaching Articles, Youth Coaching Articles, Youth Impact Coaching
Youth coaching can make a fantastic and lasting difference to the lives of young people. Here, one of our Youth Coaches shares their experience of working with young clients to bring about self-change, growth and confidence.
Posted 1047 Days Ago in: Coaching Articles
How do we make the transition from an existing career into the one we desire? Will it be a smooth, quiet and eventless transition or will it be difficult?