Author Archives: David

Finding a Coach

First some homework What are three topics you would like to focus on in your coaching sessions? For each one write down a clear tangible goal that you would like to achieve in this area of your life through coaching At the end of the coaching, how will you know that you have achieved each […]

September 06

Like a Dog

When you give a dog a bad name

August 25

Finishing the Masters

When you are thinking of flying the nest

July 02

Masters Updates

When you want to know what the latest updates are

April 02

When you want more information about the course

Look at the Positive and Coaching Handbook and well as the dissertation handbook – the dissertation accounts for a third of the modules of the masters. You can find the current timetable in the handbook, just remember it can (and most likely will) change from year to year. Here is the course description  Check your […]

March 18

Staying Home St Patrick’s Day

St Patrick’s Day Legend has it that St Patrick drove the snakes from Ireland. Today we are in a fight to drive the coronavirus from our shores. Our first job is to settle ourselves, and we need to be compassionate towards ourselves and give ourselves the time we need to do that. Only after that […]

July 28

Summer Reading

When you want to read something over the summer

March 31

Thinking of Applying to the Masters

Not everyone needs a coach, but everybody will benefit from working with one. And the world needs great coaches. By becoming a coach and fuelling success, you are contributing in a real way to world becoming a better place for all of us. You are likely a trail blazer, rather than a path follower.  This is […]

December 04

Coming to the Interview

When you are coming for an interview.

October 30

The Reference

If you haven’t been coached, how do you know that you want to train as a coach? The reference therefore is a declaration that you have received coaching. There are several reasons why this is important for your application. Coming on the course is  an important transition – a step into the unknown. Figuring out what worked before is one […]