A wave of entrepreneurial stress during COVID-19 left many overwhelmed with uncertainty and overloaded with questions about the future. The coronavirus broke out in the United States at the start of March 2020. With social distancing regulations and quarantine guidelines in place to protect individuals from spreading the coronavirus, small businesses and entrepreneurs experienced a wave of low revenue.
Our final webinar for 2020 is coming up on November 19th. This 90 minute presentation is completely FREE – and includes a 55 minute presentation from Virtual and Group Coaching expert Jennifer Britton followed by with 30 minutes of no holds barred question-time! Jennifer is well known for her highly interactive, coaching focused, experiential processes
With the presidential election less than a week away, scores of Americans divided by their support for President Trump or former Vice President Joe Biden also are united. “The commonality between us all is that we’re stressed about the election,’’ William Heckman, executive director of The American Institute of Stress, told USA TODAY. Stress triggers the
The COVID pandemic has created a whole new world of working from home. Many people have had to adapt to being at home with partners and/or children around much more than they’re used to. And importantly, COVID has put many people out of work or reduced their hours, stretching the financial resources of many families.
Coaching Case Study By Juliana Kushner(Holistic Health Coach, KOREA (Republic of South Korea) A client is a young man in his early 30s working for a multinational corporation. He came to me for coaching during a period where he was preparing to apply to grad schools for an MBA in a foreign country but was
Coaching Case Study By Jason Potvin(Positive Psychology Coach, CANADA) The following case study is meant to demonstrate ICA related learning and processes used as a coach practitioner. Case Study Participants: The following participants are involved in the case study: Jason (ICA Workplace Coach) Michael (ICA Peer Coachee) Problem Identification: The case study revolves around a
A Coaching Model Created by Laura Cho Yee Swe Myint(Career & Executive Coach, MYANMAR) Introduction Coaching is a powerful tool to help clients unleash their potential with the support of the coach. A coach helps the client discover what he/she isn’t aware of the things in them and make good use of their full potential
Coaching Case Study By Jane Hayman(Leadership Coach, AUSTRALIA) 1. Who are the main players in this case study My client JL a senior manager of technology in a financial services organization. 2. What is the core problem or challenge you applied your coaching skills to? JL’s role underwent 3 significant changes in the time that
Why do things feel so much harder these days?
As the country surpasses the six-month mark of living with coronavirus, many of us feel fundamentally stuck – physically, socially, and mentally. We are isolated, tackling grief and mortality issues, and it feels like this track we’re on is never-ending. Many people are experiencing symptoms of traumatic stress. These may come in the form of
We interrupt your latest binge of breaking political news, fear-provoking campaign commercials, and angry posts from your favorite pundit to report that politics can be stressful. That stress can be bad for your health. But—some good news here—you can take steps to manage it. If the election has your heart racing and stomach-churning, you have
A Coaching Model Created by Silky Fischer-Lee(Executive Coach, SWITZERLAND) Introduction As organizations are dealing with constant changes in a highly complex and competitive market, many have fallen into a tendency to find quick answers. As an HR professional, working for a multinational company, I see today, more than ever, that we need transformational leadership to reshape
It’s truly a fall gale of epic proportions, as turbulent winds of uncertainty pummel us from one high anxiety to another. “It’s the pandemic, it’s the social unrest, it’s climate change and the wildfires. It’s the election, it’s upcoming holidays, said Vaile Wright, American Psychological Association‘s senior director of health care innovation. “I can’t remember any
Tips to reset your brain and body when everything feels impossible According to psychiatrist and neurobiologist Dr. Dan Siegel, each of us has a “window of tolerance.” Siegel coined the term to describe normal brain/body reactions, especially following adversity. The idea is that human beings have an optimal arousal zone that allows emotions to ebb
Research Paper By Justin McKnight(Leadership Coach, UNITED STATES) Justin McKnight (ICA student): Alright, so thanks for making time. I appreciate it. So, if you don’t mind, just give a little introduction and share what led you to become a coach. Craig Revord (Executive Coach): Well, I guess I, I was always interested in the way
We’ve always known that downtime is important to reduce job stress and recharge your batteries so you’re on top of your game at work. Now neuroscientists have gotten in on the act with a new study in Scientific Reports that shows short, easy-to-apply relaxation techniques can activate your body’s regenerative system (parasympathetic nervous system or the rest
A Coaching Model Created by Justin McKnight(Leadership Coach, UNITED STATES) The STEADY coaching model: Seeking To understand the current status and struggles, setting the foundation. Together Agreeing on the scope of our work supported by a trusting relationship. Exploring Deeper through powerful questions and insightful answers. Awareness Through learning, gaining new perspectives, and greater clarity of
Doctors and dentists are reporting more cases of cracked teeth and insomnia as the coronavirus pandemic takes a toll on the nation’s stress levels. PepsiCo’s latest drink Driftwell is pitching itself as a way to combat the problem. Pepsi employees came up with an idea for a beverage to help consumers de-stress and relax before bed
Health care professionals can support patient health by sharing tools and strategies to reduce stress. In a previous post, Krystal M. Lewis, Ph.D. , talked about the importance of managing stress for health care professionals. Here she focuses on how health care professionals can support their patients with diabetes in managing stress to avoid complications.