A medical consultant paused in the middle of a lengthy explanation about a medical condition to ask my friend, the patient, what part of the same organisation they both worked in. She told them, to find the doctor immediately dismissive, with a smug, “oh, I see” smirk. The medic then changed tack, talking in much… Read More I’m assuming I’m right . . .
A colleague recently shared their very personal experience of being given the opportunity to take part in group coaching. They waxed lyrical about how much they enjoyed it, and how valuable the experience had been. Carl Rogers knew about the value of group work decades ago from his own experience of encounter groups, and as… Read More Group value . . .
Borrowing from the work of Mr Carl Rogers, I want to ask you … can you dare to express the unique in yourself? Might today be the first day that you do that?
“As no one else can know how we perceive, we are the best experts on ourselves.” Carl Rogers
Listening to someone talk the other day about making the most of the time they spend at work, they moved on to talking about how we each might use failure to our advantage – acknowledging, of course, that not every minute of the working day can be magical, productive or successful. It got me thinking.… Read More Your touchstone . . .