A Coaching Model on Women Holistic Nutrition Coachingby Ritu Mehrotra, Nutrition Coach, UNITED STATES Learn strategies and tips on Women Holistic Nutrition Coaching On in this Coaching Model created by Ritu Mehrotra as part of her studies in the Professional Coach Training Program at International Coach Academy The options for healthy living and empowered holistic self-care
Your body is hard-wired to react to stress in ways meant to protect you against threats from predators and other aggressors. Such threats are rare today, but that doesn’t mean that life is free of stress. This article is written by Mayo Clinic Staff. On the contrary, you likely face many demands each day, such
What makes a leader, rather than just a boss? If you’re looking for how to bring the ideals and methods of coaching into your workplace, this is the episode for you.
Everyone experiences some amount of stress in the workplace. According to The American Institute of Stress, 83% of workers in the United States reported dealing with workplace stress. While stress is unavoidable and sometimes even helpful, chronic stress can harm your health and work performance. Fortunately, there are coping strategies that can help you protect
A Coaching Case Study on Team Building Activitiesby Cameighl Powell, Life Coach, ITALY Learn strategies and tips on Team Building Activities in this Coaching Case Study created by Cameighl Powell as part of her studies in the Professional Coach Training Program at International Coach Academy Using Lego® Serious Play (LSP) Method For Team Building Activity This
Stress can worsen a person’s condition if he or she suffers from hypertension. Following the 8 steps given below will make big positive changes to your body and high blood pressure could be a thing of the past. KEY HIGHLIGHTS Stress can quickly become chronic and cause eating disorders. Writing down what you eat, even
A Coaching Model on R.U.A.O.Kby Winston McGill, Transformational Coach, UNITED STATES Learn strategies and tips on coaching for R.U.A.O.K (Recognize-Understanding-Action-Outcome-Knowledge) in this Coaching Model created by Winston McGill as part of his studies in the Professional Coach Training Program at International Coach Academy R.U.A.O.K (Recognize-Understanding-Action-Outcome-Knowledge) Life is a journey, the journey is never linear there are many twists,
A Coaching Model on CLIMBby Lindsey Sheets, Education Coach, UNITED STATES When coaching younger students as they explore their next best steps, it’s important to remember this is their climb and their ladder. It will look different for each of them. Because the students (high school-aged, typically) I work with will have other people to
It’s been a tough year and you’ve earned the right to destroy some stuff. Smashed! offers alternative stress relief by inviting destruction in a safe, judgment-free zone. A walk on the beach, or curling up with chamomile tea and a furry friend can relieve stress, but smashing glass and electronics to smithereens really hits the
A Coaching Model Created by Robyn Lewis(Life Coach, UNITED STATES) Onward up many a frightening creek, though your arms may get sore and your sneakers may leak. Oh! The places you’ll go!― Dr. Seuss, Oh, the Places You’ll Go! Open-mindedness…become open, broaden your mind to all possibilities and options, Nurture your being…explore what a healthy
If pandemic-era stressors are permanent, school and district leaders should support teachers and offer flexibility Nearly one in four teachers may leave their job by the end of the current (2020-’21) school year, compared with one in six who were likely to leave prior to the pandemic, according to a new RAND Corporation survey. Teachers who
Don’t assume the worst, accept uncomfortable feelings and avoid becoming too hungry, angry, lonely or tired. This article is based on reporting that features expert sources. Does your stomach clench or get flooded with butterflies when you’re facing a looming work deadline? Do you fret at your desk over an upcoming performance review? If you have
Do others tell you, “You should become a life coach!”? When your friends are feeling overwhelmed or wrestling with a big decision, do they turn to you when they need help sorting it all out?
A Coaching Model Created by Razan Jalajel(Career Coach, PALESTINE) Introduction: GRASP stands for Gaining clarity, Realizations, Awareness, Self-learning, &Personal growth. Working in a high-tech startup can be considered very challenging due to the fast business growth. This often puts employees in a place where they need to work long hours, with their maximum efficiency, and
Ah, the weekend! Who doesn’t love the weekend? Time off from work and the time to do something fun; sometimes the fun is right at home and sometimes you have to travel to get to the fun. A drive to the fun can be fun in itself. If you can count the drive to the
A Coaching Model Created by Jette Vincent(Parent Coach, THAILAND) Introduction Some parent coaching concepts are focusing on how we can help change a child’s behavior. The PARENTAL CHANGE coaching model takes the focus away from the child and gives space and time for parents to be the focus of this positive change. It is done
A Coaching Model Created by Suzanne Martyn-Jones(Team Coaching/Team Coach, CANADA) Introduction Teamwork can be incredibly challenging given the different personalities, conflicting directions, and external pressures of being part of a team. When a team isn’t working well together, there is a feeling ‘in the air that makes it uncomfortable and stressful for everyone involved. And
A Coaching Model Created by Daria Kral(Life and Relationship Coach, GERMANY) We all are beings that are longing for connection and belonging regardless of origin, religion, culture, or race. We are looking for it in our family, our friends, colleges, peers, and often without our awareness within ourselves. This is the way humans are wired.