People, who have grown up on a diet of objectives, goals, trying hard and not accepting things as they are, naturally find mindfulness practice strange at first. To lead is to be an agent of change, to practice mindfulness is to be an agent of noticing things simply as they are without trying to change them. You…Continue
Posted on June 10, 2014 at 20:30
We are in the process for preparing for our challenger Day 4 which is focusing on the challenger pattern of learning. We always love pushing ourselves, and experimenting. As part of that process Asher asked us to use a new piece of technology that we would be able to try out for a group supervision session I am planning to lead next week. In addition to getting connected, he…Continue
Posted on April 12, 2014 at 13:00
We really appreciate how much some of our clients care for us, and our reputation. Sometimes this extends to advice about who we should and should not work with, in terms of protecting our reputation.
Views like this are probably borne out of a sense of concern and of course it is impossible to know if they might…Continue
Posted on March 11, 2014 at 9:00 — 1 Comment
I was having dinner with a client a few weeks ago. We were reflecting on how his work is developing, how his family is changing and whether he was on track to meet his purpose; written down several years ago after a coaching session together. Big ticks all round. It was gratifying to hear that.
Dinner continued in story swapping mode and two of…Continue
Posted on November 8, 2013 at 17:00