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"Every person has abilities not known to the self." – Milton Erickson
We are honored and thrilled to share that for the 4th consecutive year, Erickson Coaching International (China) has won the award for 2020 China Top 5 Coaching Skills Training Solution Providers Award in Shanghai, China!
With the rapid growth of technology including artificial intelligence (AI) and digital automation, workplaces and the skills needed to succeed are changing faster than ever. How can you ensure your skills stay relevant in a turbulent economy and job market?
Greetings to all our friends, partners, and the entire Erickson global coaching community as we enter the season of love, giving, and self-reflection.
Are you still exploring the different applications of coaching to decide on your niche? We invite you to join us for our upcoming niche webinars on December 17, 2020 – The Art & Science of Health Coaching and Parent as Coach (in Mandarin).
With the second wave of COVID-19, people across the globe are being asked to socially distance themselves from others and many places are now under mandatory lockdown to prevent the further spread of the virus.
"Only when your consciousness is totally focused on the moment you are in, can you receive whatever gift, lesson, or delight that moment has to offer." – Barbara de Angelis
Hosted by Erickson Certified Professional Coach and Alumni, Fabian Luetzig, The Global Campfire of Coaching is a worldwide discussion between coaches. Listen to Fabian hosting a panel discussion with Erickson's Richard Hyams, Nikol Kuiken and Kalyna Miletic exploring the question of 'how do we thrive as coaches in the interesting times we're living in?'