Blogs – Health and Wellbeing in the Workplace

Does Love Come into Coaching?

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Does Love Come into Coaching? Rick Hanson asks in a recent newsletter “ How do you love – Freely?” My own curiosity and moments of self reflection have opened many doors of enquiry through the years of coaching others.  I am  wondering how we as coaches bring love freely into our coaching and indeed how […]

Mindstates— moods, flavours,


To be part of really living in this moment, the first piece is to tune into your body. Noticing where the emotions present themselves as so often we are slow to recognise and acknowledge what we are feeling. Can we actually name the feeling that is present? So many of us can’t find the tone […]

Attention, attending and attendance

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Life has been given to us; to some this is a gift to others it may be a curse and to many, many millions, it is a case of choosing to leave, their homes, country of origins and search for a safe place to survive until real living returns again. No matter where we are […]

Individuals Expectations in the Workplace


I received this list of  human expectations when I first trained as a Nurse in the very early 1970’s. That was an era when trade unions stood up for the rights of the workers and professional bodies were recognised as the authority to be respected. We had code of conduct and acceptable ways of behaving […]

Learn your theories well…

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Reaching a certain stage or age where you begin to notice that there are already many models, theories or skills, that are so embedded in you————- life is easy. Some may say it is “conscious competance” others may call you arrogant, but that inner knowing is only really present with us NOW. ” Learning to […]

The State of Mind- Mindfulness Explained through Poetry


IT’S ALL IN THE STATE OF THE MIND  by A Walter D. Wintle If you think you are beaten, you are, If you think you dare not, you don’t, If you think you’d like to win, but can’t, It’s almost a cinch you won’t. If you think you’ll lose, you’ve lost, For out in the […]

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