How to Demonstrate Behavioural Flexibility as a Coach

Here’s the thing, and it applies to everything coaching. The person with the most behavioural flexibility will have the most impact on the system. The person with least behavioural flexibility will have the least impact on the system. So the rigid thinker, who only sees one side of the whole story, will find that they…

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How to Practise Self-Management as an ICG-Recognised Coach


Here’s a fact. If you’re unwilling to work on your own personal and professional development, you cannot coach your clients to stretch and reach their absolute best. Because what we don’t acknowledge and see for ourselves becomes un-coachable. My point? Because the responsibility to set an example is on you, start with a focus on…

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