Tag Archives: Self-awareness
The POSTnote on Integrity in Research (January 2017) summarises the key approaches to supporting, and the challenges around, good research practice in the UK .
You probably don’t believe that the world is flat. But what if your parents, teachers, and other influential figures had told you so? And warned you not to stray too far from the shore lest you fall off the edge?
What does it mean to be an ethical coach? In a truly authentic and meaningful way (rather than simply paying lip service to a code of conduct)?
When I was small, I stood at the back of ballet class. I didn’t want to be seen – I wanted to follow. Now I stand at the front. And I am followed…
I recently joined the inspiring Simon Cavicchia and Helen-Jane Ridgeway on their two day masterclass: Coaching with the Body in Mind.
Coaching and yoga (particularly Ashtanga, a moving meditation) are common bedfellows. And yet each individual’s approach to their practice is unique.
Are you a resourceful and resilient human being? With reasonable levels of self-awareness and self-management? And yet certain sentiments cut right to your core, and threaten to undermine your sense of self?