Tips for Coaches
Are you a new coach? Would you like help finding a training course or starting up in business? There are lots of ideas tools and techniques for all coaches. Why not look at our ideas on working with values, time management or delegation?
We are here to support you as you develop as a coach – whatever stage of the journey you are on.
Coaching in Business
Businesses and organisations are discovering the power of coaching. It can be an essential tool for managers and leaders. Discover how your business can develop a coaching culture. Find out how Belbin, MBTI and Open Space Technology and can support your teams. You can also get some ideas about delivering team days using a coaching style.
Schools that are developing a coaching culture are noticing the impact on active and independent learning. If you would like your school community to access creative thinking then coaching is a great tool. Some schools are developing coaching for Teaching Assistants and others are developing children as coaches.
Would you like some help to choose the right coaching training course? Coaching is a rewarding career and it’s important to get the right training.
Let us help you navigate through the myriad of coaching training and find something of value for you.
Become a Principles-based coach in 2016. The Three Principles points to a simple, spiritual truth that brings a richness of meaning to our lives. What are the three principles? Download an introduction to the Three Principles here.
From the Blog
There was something dead and smelly on the beach and Buzz was rolling in it. I yelled against the Atlantic gales and ran towards him.read more
Imagine being on the Atlantic, onboard a tiny boat in the middle of storm; I bet it is terrifying. All that is between you, the wild elements and certain death is a thin shell of fibreglass.read more
This is a blog from Christmas – but it’s still relevant
Piers Thurston successfully shares the 3Ps in businesses and organisations. In this presentation he shares how he does it
Peter Anderson is a 3P Facilitator and Headteacher. He has used this approach in schools and finds it incredibly useful, especially with children