3rd July 2017

Imposter syndrome or great coaching?

Lis Merrick has written a comprehensive piece on her blog about imposter syndrome, Women at work – Are you faking it? This phenomenon affects both men and women, particularly those who are successful. So, without regurgitating Lis’s piece, let me share what the theme raises for me, because I find […]
29th June 2017

Valuing the betwixt and between phase in career transition

At the recent EMCC Research Conference in Greenwich, the opening keynote gave Professor David Gray the opportunity to explore the theme of liminality and fragmentation in the trauma of career transition into coaching. What he said was based on his major study into concepts of professional identity. What I found […]
23rd June 2017

Surveying team coaching supervision

At the recent EMCC Mentoring and Coaching Research Conference, David Clutterbuck and I presented the latest results from our survey into team coaching supervision (pictured above). To our knowledge, this is the first survey of its kind in this young, emerging field of coaching and supervision. We had 55 respondents […]
12th June 2017
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Putting research at the heart of practice

I’m looking forward to contributing to the EMCC’s annual Research Conference at the University of Greenwich this week. The conference theme is Putting research at the heart of practice. Keynote speakers, a panel of experts and over 20 session speakers (of which I’m one) will develop the theme. The keynote […]