How bad is uncertainty for you, for your clients, for the world? Uncertainty is a problematic feeling – yet it’s also essential in coaching because it signals learning and growth. Here’s how.
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Solving the climate crisis requires people to connect, collaborate, innovate, and take inspired action — all of which are driven by emotion. Here’s how two of the world’s largest organizations in renewable energy worked with Six Seconds to harness emotions and support young leaders.
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Sometimes change is easy, but when we get stuck, big, difficult feelings emerge. While some coaches are ill-equipped to engage those challenging feelings, it’s a prime opportunity for transformational coaching.
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Why do New Year’s resolutions nearly always fail? And what can we do to make them stick? Explore the neuroscience of change and motivation.
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Drawing on neuroscience of change, how can we use emotional intelligence coaching for setting goals in a way that will help make change happen better? Please a fantastic goalsetting tool (that’s free for now!)
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How does your own awareness affect your clients’ awareness? We’ll dive into ICF competency #7, but focusing on honing our intuition as coaches.
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Bad news: Globally, sense of purpose is declining. Good news: Using emotional intelligence in coaching, we can magnify and brighten the glimmers of purpose
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When a coaching client says, ‘I have to change’ it raises a crucial question: Who’s driving the change process? Here’s a new way of using the Prochaska & DiClemente Stages of Change model and coaching strategies to make change more effective.
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The brutal fact: People are disengaging because companies are failing their people. How can companies do better?
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“Have you ever found yourself in the middle a situation and you know it will to turn into a big mess? You can feel it slipping out of control… and yet you keep going. It’s as if you’re being pushed along this track; you know it’s going to lead to trouble, but it seems like there’s no choice.”
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