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Five Tips to Maintain Authenticity, Personal Fulfillment & Joy

Posted by Hannah Massarella on Nov 30, 2016 11:50:49 AM

As a CPCC I spread the message that self-development is a responsibility, not a luxury. I advocate making a positive difference in the world, by prioritizing your own self-care and self-discovery journey. I think real change happens in the world when people are being authentic, and are honoring their values even when the terrain is unknown and dark. Most often that authenticity and value alignment comes from many months, or years even of personal work.

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Topics: co-active. authenticity, Coaching & Training, self-care, self-reflection

Gratitude

Posted by Dana Fulenwider Bitzer on Nov 9, 2016 8:00:02 AM

We live busy, full and noisy lives. For many of us, every day can be getting through to-do lists, meetings, eating, connecting with loved ones, catching up on the news. While we are moving through the day, we get lost in the sea of our mind and the noise of everything around us.   Further, today’s non-stop news (especially with the 2016 election) and constant information streams can create sensory overload. With all the things going on in the world, it is easy to lose touch with the present moment. We can start to forget about all the good things that are happening and start to focus on what is going wrong.

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Topics: co-active, Coaching & Training, thankfulness, gratitude, holidays

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

Harvesting the Three Virtues of Fun, Play & Adventure

Posted by CTI Guest Author on Aug 10, 2016 8:00:23 AM

August lives in my body in a special, visceral way. The days are still long but I sense they are shortening. I imagine the perfect spiral notebook and anticipate the learning around the bend. New school years no longer begin for me, but August continues to foreshadow new wisdom and growth, especially as Co-Director of CTI’s Coach Training Program and with individual coaching clients.

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Topics: co-active, Coaching & Training, creative, leadership, playful, coaching

Towards Transformational Change

Posted by Zoe Greenwood on Aug 3, 2016 8:00:19 AM

Last year, the Institute of Environmental Management and Assessment (IEMA) published a position statement identifying a lack of awareness and understanding of sustainability in the business arena that will hold the UK back from being internationally competitive.

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Topics: change, co-active, Coaching & Training, sustainable, transformation

How Becoming a Co-Active Coach Creates Integration in the Brain…. And Why This Matters

Posted by Ann Betz on Jul 27, 2016 8:00:56 AM

I’ve been a Co-Active coach for sixteen years now, and one of the things I love most about this profession is how it grows and changes its practitioners—generally for the better. Some of this change comes from being coached ourselves as part of the process, some of it comes from the other personal development efforts we engage in (Co-Active coaches are often the most dedicated of lifelong learners), but some of it, I believe, can be attributed directly to being trained and working as a Co-Active coach.

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Topics: co-active, Coaching & Training, leadership, coaching, integration

The Power of “Being With” Our Full Range of Emotional Experiences

Posted by Regina Hellinger on Jul 5, 2016 3:00:47 AM

Sometimes the simplest acts can have the most profound impact. At a recent CTI coach training, one of our leaders urged the group to resist offering a tissue to someone who was crying. She explained that, even though this gesture comes from a place of compassion within us, there is a hidden message in it that says, “use a tissue to clean this mess up.”

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Topics: being present, Coaching & Training, emotions, coaching

Championing the Coach

Posted by Karen Kimsey-House on Jun 18, 2016 3:00:30 AM

by Karen Kimsey-House, CEO & Co-founder, CTI

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Topics: champion, co-active, coach, Coaching & Training, ICF

How to Become a World Class Coach

Posted by Karen Kimsey-House on Jun 13, 2016 3:00:51 AM

by Karen Kimsey-House, CEO & Co-founder, CTI

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Topics: co-active, Coaching & Training, consciousness, coaching

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