The whole and its parts

The whole & its parts

Month: August 2022

Control and Accountability

In a recent blog post, Michael highlighted the difference between the leadership task of “lighting

Self-Coaching

Everyone engages to a certain extent in self-coaching. Teams too. Whenever it happens it is

Tasks and relationships

In a recent coaching session, a client asked me if I knew of some tool

Learning steps

When people attend a workshop, they are being taught some ideas, concepts, skills, or whatever

Attached to the outcome

A possibility to deal with goals is to experience them as something one has to

The teaching lie

Back in the school days, learning most often was focused on taking information in and

Drifting back

During a rich team coaching session, the team decided to move forward and change their

Trying to be selfless

The very idea of being selfless involves an understanding of what it means to be

Some rewards may not make sense

For his birthday Arnold Schwarzenegger shared seven “unreasonable goals“. All of which are goals he’s

Filling the gap

“The person who says he knows what he thinks but cannot express it usually does