I argue about the importance of situational awareness as the golden skill to truly change the way of doing coaching.
Category Archives: The Coaching Studio
What are the emotional costs for the coaching practitioner?
The emotional context of the coaching conversation and its products involve the role of the coach more than it is spoken about.
Can we quantify the success of coaching conversations?
We must reconsider some of the measurements adopted to evaluate coaching performance.
Fears and Anxieties of a Coach (Part 2)
Coaches have some common root-causes for their fear of failure. Lacking courage and sense of mastery are some. Part 2 of 2.
Fears and Anxieties of a Coach (Part 1)
A deep learning opportunity to better understand our fear of failure and imposter syndrome. Part 1 of 2.
The subtle cognitive layer of coaching conversations for learning
All coaching styles have something in common. Thin connective layer can become the main structure of a conversation and deliver astonishing outcomes.
Enjoying the evolution of thoughts: how to avoid normalized reflection post-coaching
Reflection in coaching is an underrated step. However, it is essential to ensure success and grow as professionals. This article explains how to optimize such process.
Coaching, Imagination and Romanticism: Manzoni’s Lesson
Let’s find out how an historical literature device may be the secret sauce to meaningful coaching.