COACHd – your weekly coaching update | June 10, 2022

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Friday, June 10, 2022

Hi The coach zone,

Welcome to this weeks Get COACHd on Friday.

Probably like some of you after the jubilee festivities, I have just succumbed to the 2 lines appearing on the covid test. I thought this was coming, so I postponed meetings and pivoted some to online. I only did the ‘test’ because my wife had tested positive earlier this week and suggested perhaps, it would be a good idea.

This then raises an interesting question.

What is your stance on working with clients when you are ill?

As coaches, we want to be absolutely on our game when we are holding that space for our coachee. We now have a ‘citizen’ obligation to protect those around us and pivoting straight to Zoom or Teams from a face to face might be an option.

Will we be on my absolute game?

This is, after all, what our clients are buying.

Are we being disingenuous by pivoting to virtual?

A simple question – but so many answers.

Enjoy this weeks provocations and thinkings from around the world of coaching.

MyLunchTable
Employees Quitting Due To Bad Leadership? Nine Ways To Fix It
If your company has a high turnover rate and you discover bad leadership is to blame, there are steps you can take to mitigate the situation.
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MyLunchTable
Methods for Unlocking Limiting Beliefs in Coaching
A Research Paper By Tracy Sharp, Design Thinking Coach, ITALY Unlocking Limiting Beliefs Whether you think you can or you think you can’t, you’re right. Henry Ford When I was considering potential topics for my research paper, I wanted to use it as a perfect excuse to dive into something which I had seen in […]
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International Coaching Federation
Now Available: Updated Minimum Skills Requirements for ACC and MCC Credentials
The updated Minimum Skills Requirements for the ACC and MCC Credentials are now available. They are aligned with the updated ICF Core Competencies. The Minimum Skills Requirements offer coach practitioners, mentor coaches, coach educators and coaching assessors with guidance that can support the development of coaching competencies along a coach’s…
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Harvard Business Review
10 Red Flags to Watch Out for in a Job Interview
Ignore them at your own peril.
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iPEC Coaching Blog
Life Coach vs. Therapist vs. Counselor: Key Similarities & Differences
“Therapy is very process-oriented, which I think is important and I believe in it, but coaching made so much more sense to me.” – Lisa KapliniPEC Lead Trainer, Psychologist and Certified Professional Coach
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International Coaching Federation
Thank You for Celebrating ICW 2022 With Us
Thanks to you, International Coaching Week (ICW) 2022 was the biggest celebration yet! We are grateful to the members who hosted and attended events. With your help, we continue to raise awareness of coaching worldwide. Here are some of the week’s highlights: ICF Members and Chapters offered 1,184 events in 29 languages (774 events organized by ICF…
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Harvard Business Review
How Can You Build Visibility into a Hybrid Workplace?
As flex work becomes the norm, companies need to find new ways to keep people in the loop.
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MyLunchTable
3 Things You Think Make You An Authentic Leader That Actually Don’t
Being an authentic leader doesn’t mean letting it all hang out.
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That is it for another week. I hope that you enjoy these weekly reads.

See you next week.


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