Month: September 2020

The recent issue of choice Magazine was the important ways coaches can help their clients during the global pandemic. And Emma-Louise Elsey’s has the featured article! “The Journey Ahead – 7 Ways Coaches Can Help”by Emma-Louise Elsey Published in (Volume 18, Number 3), and reproduced with permission from, choice, the magazine of professional coaching www.choice-online.com
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From Dr. Rozina, the developer of Transforming Stress to Joy Online Course  An American Institute of Stress certified comprehensive 21 module online educational program in the practice of stress management. Recently a woman told me that she passed an opportunity for success, as she did not feel self-confident. Do you know someone who is not
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A Coaching Model Created by David Braun(Executive Coach, CANADA) The F.I.R.E. Impact Coaching Model The fire has been fundamental to human survival over the last few millennia.  For ancient humankind, the use and control of fire brought relief to basic needs of protection, provision, belonging, and significance of individuals and communities as described below: Protection: 
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NEW BLOOMFIELD — Compassion fatigue isn’t common knowledge to the everyday person, but it’s becoming more prevalent. “Compassion fatigue is basically draining of emotional energy for those of us who deal with others pain,” said Walter Roberts, an American Red Cross disaster relief mental health lead. “Typically it has a tendency to be progressive and sneak up on
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A Coaching Model Created by Milena Carruzzo(Relationships Coach, SWITZERLAND) Introduction Relationship coaching is the application of coaching to personal and business relationships. In the past years, I have been paying special attention to my relationships, as I realized the impact it has on my well-being. When starting to work consciously on my relationships at work,
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The Millennial generation is known as the “therapy generation” in mental health circles. More than any generation before them, they have embraced therapy and are leading the charge to destigmatize conversations around mental health in the workplace. I think we can agree this is a welcome shift. But their interest in therapy and openness to discussing
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We, Belgian doctors and health professionals wish to express our serious concern about the evolution of the situation in recent months surrounding the outbreak of the SARS-CoV-2 virus. We call on politicians to be independently and critically informed in the decision-making process and in the compulsory implementation of corona-measures. We ask for an open debate,
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A Coaching Model Created by Olga Valadon(Leadership Coach, UNITED KINGDOM) Overview The pace of technological advances in the last decade has been unprecedented. Working patterns for many white-collar workers have changed their ability to “switch off” has been greatly reduced as a result of constant and easy access to technology. The Covid-19 pandemic is further
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Stress affects people of all ages from all walks of life. Though work is a primary source of stress for many people, a recent survey from the American Psychological Association found that stress is more than just work-related. In its 2017 Stress in America survey, the APA found that the future of the nation, money,
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About Rachel East, CPC, ACC, ELI-MP Rachel East is a Certified Professional Coach (CPC) who co-founded Clarity on Fire Coaching together with business partner Kristen Walker. Tens of thousands of people visit ClarityonFire.com each month seeking inspiration and guidance for connecting their career and their passion. As of August 2018, over 300,000 people have taken
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Everybody feels stressed from time to time, but when it becomes chronic, it can have serious consequences on your health. StressTrusted Source can increase your risk of developing depression, negatively impact your immune system, and increase your risk of developing cardiovascular disease. Stress can also leave a mark on your face. Dry skin, wrinkles, and acne are just some of the ways that
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A Coaching Power Tool Created by Richa Arvind(Career Transformation Coach, TAIWAN) The Oxford dictionary describes Regret as “a feeling of sadness, repentance, or disappointment over an occurrence or something that one has done or failed to do” In my coaching experiences, I have very commonly come across situations, when the coachee starts self-reflecting on their
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A Coaching Model Created by Floor van Baal(Life Coach, NETHERLANDS) Introduction The client who comes to coaching, in general, is not fully satisfied and comes to coaching to change the current situation. My client, in particular, is an employee on sick leave for a longer period and needs to work in his or her reintegration
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You are no stranger to stress, especially right now in this season. Being a business owner or leader during a pandemic is certainly stressful. Balancing work-life demands when work, life, your children’s education, and everything in-between takes place in your own home is stressful. Even when there’s not a virus holding the globe hostage, you
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