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Conquering Imposter Syndrome as an Executive Coach

Even as an executive coach - someone who is looked upon to guide high-achieving professionals - imposter syndrome can be an unwelcome guest, whispering doubts and fears into your ear despite your accomplishments and expertise. Discover strategies to

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Ethical Dilemmas Faced by Executive Coaches

Executive coaching is a realm where complex challenges and ethical dilemmas frequently intersect. In this blog, we take a deep dive into these multifaceted issues, offering guidance and clarity to help maintain professional integrity.

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Is your coachee collecting stamps?

Collecting stamps is a term often used in Transactional Analysis to describe someone who is storing up emotions and feelings for things they may have buried or do not address. Sue Brown talks about the implications

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Mental and Emotional Health – working in our window of presence

Often coaches speak about not knowing how to navigate the landscape of mental and emotional health. The professional bodies do have something to say about it yet in the moment it can be tricky to know what to do or how to do it.

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Multi-Party, Tripartite, 3-Way Contracting for Coaching

How do you, as the coach, create a safe space to ensure an open and honest discussion is had, to bring alignment in outcomes for both coachee and the sponsor/line manager?

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A Personal Reflection - Becoming MCC and Letting Go Of My PCC Coaching

To me, MCC is about “being” – who you “be”, and becoming – who you are becoming, beginning to be.

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