How do we develop the risk taking habit? We need to promise it and practice it. We need to promise courage and promise action. The viral seeding of the risk-taking promise is an interesting feature of effective coaching.
If you know anything about coaching you might know that a coach generally assist clients to articulate and define their most important goals and further assists them to design action plans in order to achieve those very goals
The smallest and largest prison one can reside in is the prison of his/her own mind.
Erickson Coaching International is extremely excited and proud to announce that Jo-Ann Harris, seasoned facilitator for The Art & Science of Coaching, has successfully achieved her MCC accreditation with the Internal Coach Federation (ICF) and has accepted the title of Erickson's Director of Training.
Congratulations to Linda Crawford of Edmonton, AB on winning the #MyCoachingJourney contest!
“You’re doing it wrong… again.” We’ve all heard this phrase at some point in our lives, spoken with utter derision – often by someone who thinks they’re actually doing us a service. They roll their eyes and walk off to provide their version of quality assurance to some other victim.
To celebrate our 10th Anniversary of "The Art & Science of Coaching" Summer Intensive Program in Vancouver, BC, we have decided to think BIG and do something we have never done before!
**THE WINNER WILL BE ANNOUNCED BY EMAIL AND VIA BLOG POST ON JUNE 10, 2015**
You’re interested in coaching because you feel you can have a meaningful impact to help someone achieve their goals. But how does life coaching really do that for actual clients outside the classroom?
Salvador Dali once said, “Have no fear of perfection. You will never reach it.”