The New Co-Active Training Institute

The world is changing and so are we!

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How Coaches Evoke Change

Posted by Karen Kimsey-House on Jul 31, 2018 7:00:32 AM

With the current political climate in the United States, I’ve been thinking about transformative change (change that occurs at the level of identity or being) and how it is a process with several stages or phases. Among the many others who have created a map for a transformative journey, Joseph Campbell’s Hero’s Journey is one that is well-known.

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Topics: Coaching & Training, context, paradigm, process, transformation, coaching, identity, integration

Creating a Coaching Culture

Posted by Karen Kimsey-House on Jul 17, 2018 7:00:37 AM

Somehow, organizations have gotten the incorrect notion that generating a coaching culture necessitates scheduling large numbers of in-depth, one-on-one coaching conversations of some length. This results in an understandable response: “We don’t have time for that!”

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Topics: coach training, coaching contexts, coaching culture, Coaching & Training, leadership, coaching, leadership development

Self-Acceptance: Start Here to Find True Leadership

Posted by CTI on Feb 15, 2018 5:00:12 AM

Leadership starts from inside. Accepting ourselves and the full range of our faults and magnificence is the bedrock of authentic presence, which allows us to lead from within.

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Topics: coactive, leadership, coaching

The Lonely Leader

Posted by Joshua Ramey-Renk on Oct 11, 2017 6:00:50 AM

Congratulations, Coach! Your client made it! They got that promotion! (Or won that election, maybe?). And yet… now… they seem uncertain. “I was lucky,” they tell you. They were in the right place at the right time, and it might all come tumbling down tomorrow when people discover that they are really not all that and a bag of chips. Maybe not even the bag of chips.

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Topics: leader, leadership, lonely, coaching

Looking Back at How Far We've Come

Posted by Janet Keller, CPCC, PCC on Jun 1, 2017 7:00:40 AM

In 1992, I hired Henry (not-yet-Kimsey) House as my coach. At that point, CTI had just been birthed, a twinkle of an idea the founders were busy dreaming into existence. And like so many of us, my life was changed forever when I got a taste of (not-yet-Co-Active) coaching.

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Topics: Anniversary, Coaching & Training, coactive, coaching

To Dare Is to Lose One’s Footing Momentarily. Not to Dare Is to Lose Oneself.

Posted by Marianne Van Wetter on May 17, 2017 7:00:48 AM

The power of personal leadership programs for (young) adults in heterogeneous groups

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Topics: Diversity, leadership, Mountain Child Care, QuestTrek, coaching

Making Co-Active Leadership Accessible for All

Posted by Barton Cutter on Apr 5, 2017 7:00:25 AM

“When access is limited for one, it’s limited for all.” ~Helen House

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Topics: accessibility, leadership, coaching

The Art of Appreciation

Posted by Zoe Greenwood on Dec 28, 2016 8:00:46 AM

I’ve recently been experimenting with appreciative inquiry at work and have been struck by how complimentary it is with co-active coaching and my ongoing search for a form of leadership that can champion a more sustainable world.

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Topics: appreciation, Coaching & Training, reflection, coaching

Changing Viewpoint May Change Your Life

Posted by Robin Coghlan on Oct 26, 2016 8:51:09 AM

Several weekends ago in London I assisted on a three day Balance course, one of the intermediate modules in the Co-Active coaching curriculum. Sitting at the back of the classroom ‘holding space’, one of the key roles as an assistant, was just as powerful and life affirming as when seated in the circle as a student.

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Topics: Assistant, Balance, co-active, Coaching & Training, Training, coaching

How to Silence Your Inner Critic

Posted by Safiyah Satterwhite on Aug 17, 2016 8:00:30 AM

We’ve all experienced bullying in our lives, whether it be personally or vicariously. Subjects of bullies are targeted and taunted, which could potentially leave them feeling insecure and vulnerable. The next thing you know the bully gets off feeling powerful and in control. But what happens when the bully is no longer in gym class with us, and becomes a part of our inner world?

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Topics: Coaching & Training, self-leadership, coaching, inner critic

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