COACHd – your weekly coaching update | June 24, 2022

Get COACHd on Friday

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Friday, June 24, 2022

Hi The coach zone,

Welcome to this weeks Get COACHd on Friday.

It is not often that I get wowed by a bit of technology that makes my day easier – especially when it is inbuilt to something that I use frequently.

Cue – Google Lens. For Android users (and I presume Apple to some extent), there is a tiny capture button next to the take picture button on the camera screen. Clicking the capture button allows you to Translate, Text, Search and a few other functions with what you have captured. It is the Text that is interesting. If I see a quote in a book that I want to use with a client, I select the text, select all, and then transfer it to my computer. You need to be using a chrome browser logged in with the same email as your phone but then you can paste the content of what you have just taken into your document (Word, docs or whatever you are using). For the non-tech, apologies but this got me apoplectic.

Now thinking about this week. The next CoCoaching is booked in for July 7th. The past few months have seen a decrease in numbers – so – if you haven’t had a chance to look at the letter I sent, you can see this here. I am asking for thoughts and ideas.

I have also added another twist this week – something to get your creative and logical brains working – check out here for more.

Enjoy the readings – this week has some real crackers.

International Coaching Federation
Recognizing and Celebrating Pride Month
Register for Upcoming Discussion: Why LGBTQLIA+ Representation Matters in Coaching, A Virtual Roundtable | June 30, 10 a.m. – 11 a.m. EDT (New York) June is Pride Month in the United States. In recognition, ICF is hosting a candid conversation about the importance of LGBTQIA+ representation in coaching and how we can enact change. Natalie Jovanic…
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MyLunchTable
Tapping Into The Metaverse — What Marketers Can Do To Prepare For The New Internet
When it comes to the Metaverse, keeping track of new developments and closely monitoring users’ desires and expectations will be essential going forward.
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MyLunchTable
5 Ways To Be A Better Leader During A Crisis
Most leaders are not only mentally unprepared to deal with crisis, they are also unsure how to manage their workforce in high-risk situations.
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International Coaching Federation
Importance of Emotional Self Regulation in Coaching
Last summer, I had a client who requested some coaching around their father’s recent death after a long battle with Alzheimer’s disease. At the time, my own father was in hospice, with weeks to live, also from a long battle of Alzheimer’s. I was aware this might be challenging but made the decision to take …read more.
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iPEC Coaching Blog
Study Validates That People with Higher Energy Accrue a Greater Sense of Life Satisfaction: What This Means for…
If someone asked you whether “more life satisfaction” was something you wanted, odds are you’d blurt out, “yes, please!” without hesitation—and yet, it’s one of those things that most people might (understandably!) struggle to measure.
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Harvard Business Review
Small Actions Make Great Leaders
Julie, an organic chemist, was doing drug research at a lab. Her boss, Gordon, was a well-regarded scientist but also very temperamental. One day she walked into Gordon’s office to ask for his feedback on the draft of a research paper they were co-authoring. The paper represented months of arduous …
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iPEC Coaching Blog
iPEC’s DEI “Experiences” Series with Tonya Echols & Guest Gemma Naturkach’s
There’s nothing like the power of honest, vulnerable storytelling to foster empathy, understanding, and inclusion.
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MyLunchTable
How To Tell If You Are Burned Out (And What To Do About It)
Many people suffer from burnout in their careers and life in general. Career development and impact coach Katie Sandler shares some tips to help people recharge and make an impact.
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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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