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Health, Wellness and / or Wellbeing. What should we be Aiming for?

The last post I wrote was on wellbeing. But the what is it really and if and how does health and wellness impact upon it? How do we know when we have health and wellbeing and is wellness health? What do these words or concepts actually mean for us in our day to day living, what Read More

A Person Centred Approach to Creating Wellbeing at Work

The concept of Person Centredness comes from Carl Rogers who took the  approach of partnering with clients or patients with respect, through empathy and with unconditional positive regard to enable and support them to find their own way. This approach is optimistic, collaborative, comes from a place of trust and views people from the perspective Read More

A Personal Overview of Person Centred Leadership

This mandala describes how I perceive person centred leadership. This framework underpins how I go out into the world both personally (as you can’t separate personhood from leadership) and in relation to both how I approach coaching, leadership and leadership development. As you can see there are two aspects to it: personal elements and practical Read More

What Do You Stand For as a Leader?

In my coaching work I notice that sometimes leaders can have difficulty articulating what they stand for. This can be problematic because if you can’t express where you are leading people too and why, how you expect them to get there and how you expect them to behave, all you can do is tell people what Read More

8 Key Things to Expect from an Executive or Leadership Coach

I find when I am beginning a coaching relationship with a coachee – especially if they haven’t personally sought coaching (e.g. if coaching has been suggested by a manager or is a mandatory part of a leadership development program) that people often don’t know what to expect. This can result initially and understandably in defensiveness, Read More

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