Pieces I’ve written on coaching and personal and professional development can be found here:
What I’ve learned about working with uncertainties, mysteries and doubts as I deepen my practice as a systems-psychodynamic coach.
At a time of year associated with transitions and new beginnings, I’ve been reflecting on what might be gained from taking a ‘small seasons’ approach to change.
Some beginning of year reflections on the art of starting and restarting, and creating space for change and growth in turbulent times.
Stories have immense power. They are how we make sense of the world around us, and they shape how we see ourselves and others. How can we use them to improve our lives?
We all need help at different times in our lives, and most of us are hardwired to want to give it to others. But what is the difference between ‘good help’ and ‘bad help’? And how can we get better at helping people in a way that transforms their ability to help themselves?
How training as a coach changed my vision of what a good life looks like.