Have You Downloaded the New iCN Edition? – Coaching Blog – Professional Coaching Training


Last week we released iCN’s 18th edition, with the theme on Career Coaching. This edition was inspired by the many people who are making leaps and bounds in their careers. If you haven’t downloaded our latest edition, please head over to http://www.international-coaching-news.net/magazine/

I would also like to use this opportunity to thank the team for all the hard-work!
http://www.coaching-blog.com/downloaded-new-icn-edition/

Coaching Approach to Leadership – Coaching Blog – Professional Coaching Training


Here at the-Coaching Blog-run by Gerard O’Donovan, our aim is to constantly bring value to those seeking to improve their lives. Therefore we have a policy of publishing articles and materials by guest authors whom we value and appreciate. Today’s guest author is Vikki Brock (USA).

For the past 20 years, there are numerous programs that sought to train leaders to be coaches. While commendable, coaching is only one of many roles such as training, facilitation, directing, mentoring etc., that are included in leadership.
http://www.coaching-blog.com/coaching-approach-leadership/

iCN 18th Edition – Career Coaching, Ready for Download! – Coaching Blog – Professional Coaching Training


I am delighted to announce the release of iCN’s 18th edition, with the theme on Career Coaching, inspired by the many people who are making leaps and bounds in their careers.
http://www.coaching-blog.com/icn-18th-edition-career-coaching-ready-download/

Learning from leaders – Coaching Blog – Professional Coaching Training


Here at the-Coaching Blog-run by Gerard O’Donovan, our aim is to constantly bring value to those seeking to improve their lives. Therefore we have a policy of publishing articles and materials by guest authors whom we value and appreciate. Today’s guest author is Christine Charles (United Kingdom).

On July 6th I attended a Fun day organised by the company I work for. Expecting to have a nice time with family I walked away having had a nice time as well as being reminded what good leadership is!
http://www.coaching-blog.com/learning-from-leaders/

Making A Comeback: Starting Your Own Business After A Career Setback – Coaching Blog – Professional Coaching Training


Here at the-Coaching Blog-run by Gerard O’Donovan, our aim is to constantly bring value to those seeking to improve their lives. Therefore we have a policy of publishing articles and materials by guest authors whom we value and appreciate. Today’s guest author is Larry Mager (ReadyBrain.net).

Suffering a career setback can be devastating, especially if you’ve worked hard for years to get to where you are.

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Coaching Conduct Needs to be Honest – Coaching Blog – Professional Coaching Training


Here at the-Coaching Blog-run by Gerard O’Donovan, our aim is to constantly bring value to those seeking to improve their lives. Therefore we have a policy of publishing articles and materials by guest authors whom we value and appreciate. Today’s guest author is Michael Ringrose (Ireland).

Coaching is a growth industry. There is an enormous supply of Consultants, Advisors, Mentors, and even, “Coaches” who are now readily available, it would appear, to take you and your business, soaring to unimaginable heights, on the road to success.
http://www.coaching-blog.com/coaching-conduct-needs-honest/

The Inner Game Can Coaching Young People Bring Benefits that Mentoring can’t? – Coaching Blog – Professional Coaching Training


Here at the-Coaching Blog-run by Gerard O’Donovan, our aim is to constantly bring value to those seeking to improve their lives. Therefore we have a policy of publishing articles and materials by guest authors whom we value and appreciate. Today’s guest author is Michael de Val (United Kingdom).

The background

The Private Equity Foundation is supporting an initiative in Shoreditch funding ‘highly trained coaches’ providing one to one support for 14-19-year-olds. So far the reception has been positive. As one Head Teacher put it, “We’ve had lots of initiatives, I would say this one offers perhaps more potential than anything else I have seen.”
http://www.coaching-blog.com/inner-game-can-coaching-young-people-bring-benefits-mentoring-cant/