28th April 2019 will signal the start of a week of celebrations across the UAE and globally for the 20th Anniversary of International Coaching Week (ICW), an initiative driven by the International Coach Federation (ICF). ICW was first created in
29th April 2019 will signal the start of a week of global celebrations for the 20th Anniversary of International Coaching Week (ICW), an initiative driven by the International Coach Federation (ICF).* ICW was first created in 1999 and the
During this week, more new decisions to think, act and be different will be made than at any other time of the year. And what will most of these decisions come to? Nothing.
As coaches, we probably
Thank you for reading our coaching tools blog series over the past few weeks, where I have introduced you to some of the main coaching tools that we teach our students on the NPCA Certificate in Professional Coaching. I hope
I hope you enjoyed our last blog where the focus was on Process Tools and the Conversational Model. This week, I am going to introduce you to the core NPCA model, on which all of our tools and
In last week’s post on Content vs Process, I discussed the distinction between the coachee being responsible for the content of the coaching conversation, while the coach holds the process ultimately co-partnering with their coachee towards the achievement of their
Last week, Matt introduced us to the topic of conversational tools within coaching, in his post Spanners and Screwdrivers, and I will be spending the next four weeks, delving into four different conversational tools we explore with our NPCA students.
Plumbers have tools. Electricians have their tools. When these are used well they help both the plumber (or electrician) and the person for whom they are plumbing. Coaches also have tools and when we use these well they become the
In the NPCA Certificate in Professional Coaching, one of the qualities of good coach is described as, “Being a student of yourself.”
I recently had the pleasure of meeting with two friends, each of whom had their two-year-old child with
We’ve arrived at our final week of the NPCA Certificate in Professional Coaching accreditation celebrations. Thanks for being with us on this journey. In the weeks gone, we’ve already looked at the Why, What and How of becoming a credentialed