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Category: Coaches

Coaches: How to hold Imposter Syndrome more lightly

Oct 20 2020 | by Maria Iliffe-Wood

Something that comes up often in coach supervision sessions is the weight of responsibility that we can carry as a coach. This can look like: 

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Coaches: Trust the process not the tools or techniques

Oct 01 2020 | by Maria Iliffe-Wood

As a coach I have no idea what I will say or do that will ensure that my client has the level of transformation that they are hoping for or...

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What does heart have to do with coaching

Sep 03 2020 | by Maria Iliffe-Wood

When I look from ‘heart’ my experience changes. I see life in a different way. I see the situation in a different way. I see others in a different way.

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How much space to give clients in coaching sessions

Aug 22 2020 | by Maria Iliffe-Wood

When coaches observe me in my work, perhaps at a coaching practice forum, in a coaching demonstration or a webinar, the feedback is often to do with how slow the...

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What I Don't Know as a Coach

Aug 04 2020 | by Maria Iliffe-Wood

I enter every coaching session from a place of not knowing. 

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Why Group Supervision for Coaches?

Jul 20 2020 | by Maria Iliffe-Wood

I’ve been a coach for over thirty years and a coach supervisor for eight years and I still engage in regular one to one supervision and group supervision.

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The World needs Coaches that are not too Tired to be Present

Jun 02 2020 | by Maria Iliffe-Wood

Maria Iliffe-Wood talks about coaching presence and why the world needs coaches that are not too tired to be present.

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