Month: December 2020

A Coaching Model Created by Maimon Md. Arif(Transformational Coach, MALAYSIA) My coaching model COCOON I am a life-long learner. My curiosity and thirst for learning was what allowed me to grow and has motivated me throughout my career. This same value landed me on my coaching journey. I took up a coaching certification to test-out
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A Coaching Model Created by Francesco Restifo(Life Coach, ITALY) Introduction This model originated from my experience in coaching and sports: in both areas I have regularly observed myself while experimenting with different strategies and support structures, aiming to understand more about the impact of accountability on myself as a person, coach, sportsperson. Its name is
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DAYTON — Ceremonies commemorating National Wreath Across American Day have been taking place across the country today, including in Dayton. Due to the pandemic, the ceremonies will look slightly different this year. Wreaths Across America, a nonprofit organization, are leading nationwide ceremonies to make sure that a live, balsam fir veteran’s wreath is placed at
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A Coaching Model Created by Athina Tsellou(Health & Wellness Coach, GREECE) “Ef Zin” is the ancient Greek expression for well-being and includes everything that can add value, quality, and plenitude in our life. The “Ef Zin” model uses a tree as its central metaphor because coaching is a vivid and beautiful process. The tree symbol
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A Coaching Model Created by Daren Easton(Career Coach, HONG KONG) Introduction I have found whilst studying with ICA that during a coaching session, I find it immensely helpful to follow a structured approach that provides the best service for the coachee and helps them to move through the coaching session in a logical sequence towards
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A Coaching Model Created by Susan Hillen(Career Coach, UNITED STATES) Introduction: Each person is unique and is born with innate talents and abilities.  However, it is not always easy to recognize them in ourselves.  Perhaps, we may have been told certain things as a child by our parents, teachers, relatives, and friends of what we
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A Coaching Model Created by Jennifer Elworthy Croughton(Fertility Empowerment Coach, UNITED STATES) Infertility is so often an upsetting and stressful time for women. Many suffer thoughts such as guilt, failure, lack of confidence, doubt, fear, loneliness, frustration, limiting beliefs about the capability of their body, not to mention a broken heart, and the sense of
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A Coaching Model Created by Sarah Viana(Life Coach, UNITED STATES) Over the past two decades as a Human Resources Professional, the most rewarding moments have involved working with talented, driven individuals as they experience a personal or professional transition. These transitions have been full of pivotal moments, admirable levels of determination, and meaningful breakthroughs. The
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If you usually love yet hate the shopping, cooking, cleaning, traveling, or spending that’s associated with the winter holidays, remember that there is at least one silver lining to the pandemic: It may make it easier to take a more laid-back approach to the holiday season this year. As we are asked to tone down
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Coaching Case Study By Laura Maria Vieru(Transformational Coach, SWITZERLAND) Introduction Step 1:Finding a common enemy The root of my paper goes back to episodes experienced back in my childhood, and even though not fully aware and understanding of what was happening, I did observe a pattern that generated more meaningful connections and efficient collaboration.  Brothers
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A Coaching Model Created by Bogdan Vizitiu(Leadership & Youth Coach, ROMANIA) Everything can be taken from a man but one thing: the last of the human freedoms – to choose one’s attitude in any given set of circumstances, to choose one’s own way. – Viktor Frankl. Introduction Coaching is “partnering with clients in a thought-provoking
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