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Posted 2 Days Ago in: Coaching Articles

A Worthwhile Investment – By Liz Wyn-Davies

I first discovered coaching in 2002, when I enrolled with the Academy and qualified in the Personal Performance Diploma. At the time, alongside my husband, we ran a design and manufacturing business with over 100 employees. I felt coaching would offer me the tools I needed to help me work with our employees to grow and develop them. After qualifying in 2003, I coached staff as well as others, and it was always a pleasure to see people’s delight when they achieved the goals they had set themselves.

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Top Tips for Successful Networking - By Mary Jane (MJ) Paris

Just as 'location, location, location’ is the key element in real estate, networking is the key ingredient in any business development plan. Whether your business is large or small, a start-up or one with a long-history, for-profit or not-for-profit, 'networking, networking, networking’ is the key to business development.

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Posted 9 Days Ago in: Coaching Articles

I Achieved My Goal after First Month of Graduation – By Nieves Rodriguez

I had been searching for a career to bring out all the things that I felt that I stood for in life, an honest, trustworthy, understanding person and leader who always liked to help people to develop and achieve their dreams.

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Posted 16 Days Ago in: Coaching Articles

Coaching Got My Business Off The Ground - By Debra McAndrew

This week, TCA Coaches’ 'Getting Clients’ series continues with a quick Q&A session with our coach, Debra McAndrew, where she recalled how coaching helped accelerate her business success and shared some top tips for coaches getting clients. We hope you enjoy…

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Posted 16 Days Ago in: Coaching Articles

10 Powerful Questions That Can Change Your Life – From The Coaching Academy

Coaching is all about asking powerful questions which can help us to create breakthroughs in our careers, relationships and overall well-being. When we ask ourselves the right questions we direct our minds towards seeking answers, considering different perspectives, altering our moods and finding solutions to our challenges.

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Posted 23 Days Ago in: Coaching Articles

Coaching Truly Transformed My Life – By Debora Luzi

TCA coach, Debora Luzi, recently sat down with us for a quick Q&A session for the Coaches’ 'Getting Clients’ Top Tips series this week. We hope you enjoy…

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Posted 30 Days Ago in: Coaching Articles

TCA Top Coaches’ 'Getting Clients’ Tips – By Claire Cahill

We recently caught up with Claire Cahill, TCA Executive Coach of The Year 2016 to ask her some quick questions for Top Coaches’ 'Getting Clients’ Tips series this week. We hope you enjoy…

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Posted 30 Days Ago in: Coaching Articles

Enrich Your Emotional Intelligence - By Nelia Koroleva

If you knew something influenced virtually everything you did or said, would you want to learn more about it? Would you want to develop it? Let’s face it - many of us are stuck sometimes with fear, boredom, sadness, annoyance or anger. Many of us cannot adapt to changing situations. Many of us struggle to connect and maintain personal and professional relationships.

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Posted 37 Days Ago in: Coaching Articles

Dreams Infographic - From The Coaching Academy

The new year is finally here and we’re into the full swing of 2018. Many of us have been contemplating our dreams to achieve throughout the following year and beyond. However, Robert Herjavec once said, “A goal without a deadline is just a dream”. The key this year is to transform our dreams into goals, and then realise them.

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Posted 37 Days Ago in: Coaching Articles

Coaching Awakened My Passion and Purpose – By Sue Clarke

Going back to early 2015, as a consequence of reassessing life I decided to quit my full-time job, which I had been doing for almost 15 years. The main driver behind my decision was that I wanted to be around for my 92-year-old mum, who lived with us and also look after our granddaughter 2 days a week when her mum returned to work. So, April 2015 began a new season, as I reflect it was quite a challenge caring for a 92-year-old and a 9-month-old. One, increasing in independence and curiosity of the world around them and the other, with a degree of reluctance, was becoming more dependent.

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Posted 44 Days Ago in: Coaching Articles

Make Your New Year's Resolutions Last! – The Coaching Academy

Another year has flown by and January has arrived. It's a new year and a new start and many of us may excitedly declare our new year's resolutions only for our motivation to be short-lived. A recent study conducted by the University of Scranton's psychology department showed that 71% of those surveyed only followed through on their new year's resolutions for the first two weeks and sadly it's the case for many of us.

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