Procrastination has replaced sloth among the list of capital sins. All around me, I hear people confess shamefully to be ‘professional’ or ‘pathological’ procrastinators. I can’t help wondering why procrastination is considered to be such a problem. A ‘pathology’, even. Seriously?
Seeing the world through a different frame helps my coachees overcome the paradoxes that make change so challenging.
Communicating with the whole self helps my executive clients build a bridge between what they know and what they feel. A powerful way to gain alignement and confidence.
Coaching with strategic empathy is the second principle of my coaching model: it helps me build a bridge between the support my coachees need to feel understood, and the challenge they are ready to take to change.
My most transformative learning journey was the APD at the Academy of Executive Coaching. Understanding why and how this experience impacted me so much more than all the others felt like a sensible step to take to create effective learning journeys for my clients.