Coaching is a buzz-word that is used broadly. It can relate to many different types of coaching experiences which seem to confuse people about the definition of coaching. In this blog I share my definition of coaching for practitioners in the Early Intervention space.
As a human being have you ever tried to change something about the way you naturally react or engage with others? It’s no easy feat. Success will depend on how far you are prepared to go in order to succeed. In my latest blog I share 6 steps to achieving sustainable change.
Do you suffer from a FEAR OF MISSING OUT (FoMO) that in fact causes you to miss out? What are you afraid you will miss? Find out how it trapped me at my own game and the effects.
Do we have to accept ourselves just as is, or can we change the way we are? How do you become aware of your default way of behaving right at the moment it is happening? In my latest blog I share 8 steps to help you change your instantaneous reaction so that you are more open to influence in a positive and targeted way. With repetition, we can change the way our brain is wired.
Develop your coaching skills and mindset and make a REAL difference to your communication. If you work in the disability and early intervention sectors this two day Workshop Package will provide you with insights into practical core coaching competencies. Learn how to integrate these with current practices and how to embed coaching into your everyday work. You will benefit by being so much more effective in your communication when engaging with clients in the intervention process.
The past few weeks have been intense. A family I have been supporting as an Occupational Therapist and coach over the past 5 years, has been tragically robbed of their husband and father as a result of depression. This experience is sitting with me, constantly reminding me to focus on the things that really matter. In my latest blog I share how to shift our experience of pain to something that really matters in the now.