Things where coaching may help (recent examples)

You might be wondering what sorts of topics show up in a coaching setting, what to bring, what to work on. And if coaching is the right thing. Here are some of the things that have recently come up (in specific sessions, or over a longer process): What do I want to do as a next … Continue reading Things where coaching may help (recent examples)

Make change stick – a resource collection

Below are useful tips and practices to make that change you are looking for. This is not just for after the New Year when we start noticing how our great plans are already starting to slip (again...). As with anything, any change you make will be better than sitting around doing nothing, so pick something … Continue reading Make change stick – a resource collection

How to unblock either-or thinking

I support people on making big change decisions, and I also had a few chances for gender diversity conversations recently, and they have - again - been mostly binary. Politics largely seems to be binary, too, as I wrote the first version of this, a politician was being interviewed about an upcoming election featuring two … Continue reading How to unblock either-or thinking

More questions than answers (that’s the work)

Your look, full of expectations, seeking help, wanting an answer. Your big upcoming decision, the pressure from a deadline or a contract running out. That pain or discomfort seeking release in a better future. So, you say, what should I do? As a coach, that is not the role. Some of the questions might resonate with … Continue reading More questions than answers (that’s the work)

Play outside the fence

We all have our routines, our events and networks, our ways of making sense of the world. It all kind of makes sense in our little garden, we know where things are, and that is why we like it. I am going to propose something different: Go somewhere else. Have clients in a specific industry … Continue reading Play outside the fence