WHAT WE THINK

Turning to each others’ hearts for refuge

Back in 1974, in our rat infested student house, my friend Ivor Graham introduced me to Jackson Browne’s ‘Late for the Sky’ album. I’ve loved it ever since. I’ve gone back to it this week – one positive about impending lockdown is that you get to create some emergency playlists – and I’ve been struck … Continued

Coaching, Supervision and the shifting of mental models

Writing in 1992 Baxter Magolda identified four qualitatively different ‘ways of knowing’ as a basis for the development of belief both about ourselves, and our relationship with other people and the world around us. These four ways are summarised as: Absolute knowing: which leads us to a certainty that things are either right or wrong … Continued

To what degree is your organisation unleashing its potential ?

“In an ordinary organisation most people are doing a second job no one is paying them for. In businesses large and small; in government agencies, schools and hospitals; in for-profits and non profits and in any country in the world, most people are spending time and energy covering up their weaknesses, managing other people’s impressions … Continued

Siân and Ian have been invited by a number of publications to submit articles relevant to individual & team coaching and other relevant issues. Some of these are reproduced below. .

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