Over the past few weeks and months I have been reading and writing a lot about transition and change, mostly the work of William Bridges. You may recognise his name I have quoted it a few times on various blogs. He is a Professor, writer and consultant on Transition and his model on transitions isContinue reading “At The Edge of The Neutral Zone”
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A little story about how I shifted my view of the world.
As I keep talking about making changes in your lifestyle, and the importance of a plan and then having a clear reason why to get through the difficult days, I thought I might share my personal challenge. On Monday 10th of August I vowed that I would embark on losing weight down to a healthyContinue reading “A little story about how I shifted my view of the world.”
What influences how we communicate with different people?
This has been a subject on my mind this week. It came up when I was discussing with a group how I find it difficult talking to senior managers and members of the exec, something that happens more often now I have changed my role. It was also a subject I have been considering thisContinue reading “What influences how we communicate with different people?”
What difference do you want to make in 2020?
I cannot believe another decade has gone! They do say as you get older time goes by faster. This morning I was looking at pictures of my boys, they are now wonderful young men, where did the time go? That brings me to what difference I want to make in 2020. My kids are gettingContinue reading “What difference do you want to make in 2020?”
The Connected Living Offer
The Connected Living Offer Connected Living is an approach to personal leadership that draws on established research and theories from well respected academics such as Jung, Selligman, Brown, Peters, Csikszentmihalyi, Covey, Whitmore and Gallwey. You are first invited to understand and connect with yourself and once you have connected with yourself, you will then beContinue reading “The Connected Living Offer”
We all need a bit of coaching, if only to keep our well-being in check
If you are a regular reader of my blog or know me, you will know that for part of my working week I lead the coaching network at my place of work. We are a fledgling network, so therefore we are still training our coaches. We currently have 2 cohorts running and by the endContinue reading “We all need a bit of coaching, if only to keep our well-being in check”
What is Connected Living and What Can It Do For You?
As you will know I have been banging on about Connected Living for quite some time. It is something I came up with in the summer inspired by some wonderful writers. It is has become an obsession of mine. I am writing a book about it, I have written a presentation and talk on it,Continue reading “What is Connected Living and What Can It Do For You?”
An Inspiring Week
Last week I attended a coaching masterclass through work run by Andy Gilbert a coach of high repute. It was a truly inspiring day, and has given me so many ideas to take into my own coaching. Not only did it give me inspiration to coach others but also to coach myslelf. During the dayContinue reading “An Inspiring Week”
The other day I was thinking about the time when I gave up smoking. I was wondering to myself how I managed to give up. Did it take will power? I know that I have next to no will power so it couldn’t have been, just denying myself something for long enough that I wouldContinue reading “Giving up?”