Coaching from the top of mountains: how we choose an environment and transform it into a coaching space by Simon Darnton

I've always been interested in how we create the right coaching environment for our coachees and especially how we can use that space to add even more value to our work. This summer I had some experiences that have made me think differently about the coaching space.

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Finding alternative ways to capture feedback in coaching: Drawing insights from student trainings by Grace Siu (Guest)

In coaching, capturing the insights following each, or series of sessions, can be quite challenging.  Drawing on from my work of using technology as part of the trainings I provide to students, I hope there are some insights that can be considered and applied in this space.

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Applying my management ethos and building high quality teams in Cybersecurity by Bill Hau (guest)

I’ve honed my style of management working in mature organizations, major cybersecurity firms, startups, and smaller companies. The pool for cybersecurity experts is already quite small, and building a team of high-quality talents who are both intrinsically motivated and technically competent means I must tailor my leadership style to work with each of them.

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When ego gets in the way of a good coaching conversation by Petra Macdougald

Recently I conducted a video conference session with an overseas client. This client is a senior executive and we have had previously three very fruitful sessions face to face. While I do conduct a fair number of coaching sessions via

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