Category Archives: Coaching

Thoughts and ideas on coaching

The Good-Enough Job

Thinking about work transitions, then the concept of “good enough”- first introduced by Donald Winnicott in respect to the “good-enough mother” – is an important one. I have been giving some consideration of my various working roles – as a … Continue reading

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Moving on

Oliver Burkeman is a fount of great wisdom, which I first realised reading one of his essays back in college. He was two years older than I, but we both studied Social and Political Sciences. He conveyed more in three … Continue reading

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Work Transitions

This post is the first in a series of articles on the decisions and transitions we make in our working lives, and what at times holds us back from doing so. The series will include resources and links that will be … Continue reading

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Why I coach

As a Clore Social Fellow, a leadership development programme supporting leadership in the social sector in the UK, I was allotted a budget to be coached over a two-year period. Having never had the resource or the exposure to coaching … Continue reading

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