This week's reflective challenge is about the learning experience and recognising those times when we might have forgotten that we're still learners and then beat ourselves up for not getting it right!
Full details can be found at https://stephenclements.ie/podcast/088
Recently I had the pleasure of interviewing Tracy Sinclair. Tracy is an executive coach, coach trainer, coach mentor, coach supervisor and much much more! And if that wasn’t enough, Tracy also serves on global board of the ICF. In our conversation we talked about her own journey from working in the financial services industry by day, whilst supporting drug and alcohol addicts and their families as a counsellor at night; how she then discovered coaching; her own beliefs and thoughts around the potential for coaching to really impact societal change; right through to her writing a book that aims to bring the new ICF competencies to life – and much more!
I really enjoyed this interview. The depth, the richness and in some ways, how passionate Tracy is for the coaching profession. ‘Evangelic’ is a word that pops up during this interview; and it does seem very fitting.
Full details and show notes can be found: https://stephenclements.ie/podcast/086
Building on last week’s episode where I talked about visioning and dreaming, and then adding in the other two states of resisting and reflecting, I realised this week that there was another state missing: right now! Listen to learn more about this week’s challenge!
Full details: https://stephenclements.ie/podcast/085
In this week’s mini episode: When you think about the words ‘dreaming’ and ‘visioning’ – what comes up? And as you think about the differences, which is it that you do most of?
Full details and further information can be found at https://stephenclements.ie/podcast/084
How do you start your day when the alarm goes off? This week’s mini episode is all about being curious about what happens in that moment and seeing whether you can choose to respond with a different thought.
Full details can be found at https://stephenclements.ie/podcast/083
Metaphors are something that we use, probably unconsciously, all the time. They’re an essential part of us and can give insights into our inner workings. Take a simple question: how are you feeling? Do you respond metaphorically or with a descriptive feeling. The challenge this week is become conscious of your own metaphors and start to explore them. Have a bit of fun!
Find out more at https://stephenclements.ie/podcast/081
Kurt Lewin, a 20th century phycologist came up with an equations for behaviours. He proposed that our behaviours are a function of our person and our environment. Given the change to our environments in recent times, what, if anything, have you noticed about changes in your behaviour?
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Let me know how you get on!