When considering the stressors of 2020 I feel a variety of emotions. On one hand I'm impressed by how resilient humanity is. On the other hand I'm saddened. The constraints all of have felt around being stuck at home, or teaching kids while working, or losing touch with our friends/family in physical proximity has taken a toll on many.
We have a coaching tool called the Map to Mastery. The map explains how when life gets imbalanced, this puts us in touch with our relationship to our life. Our relationship to ourselves, our environment, our freedoms, our boundaries and our relationships to others. Many of us are coming face to face with all of these relationships.
Today's resource looks at how the pandemic has left an impact and the role coaching can play in mental "health". Having a healthy mindset can shape happier outcomes.
COVID-19 has Changed Coaching
In the weeks leading up to the UK’s coronavirus lockdown, I was feeling incredibly anxious, unusually tense and to be honest, frightened. I knew my mental well-being wasn’t great and yet acknowledging this was difficult. Luckily for me, these emotions were short lived, and I quickly bounced back into a more positive place.
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Coaching Fundamentals I-III:
Coaching Definitions / Industry Standards / Coaching Demo
Anatomy of an Effective Coaching Session / Coaching Demo
Coach & Client Responsibilities / How to Avoid Hijacking your Client / Stages of Partnering
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By Laurel Elders, PCC
IICT Founder / Senior Faculty