Category: Coaching Mastery

The Neuroscience of Sustainable Change: How coaching accelerates learning and growth

We are pleased to share an article entitled  “The Neuroscience of Sustainable Change: How coaching accelerates learning and growth” written by Marcia Reynolds, PsyD, MCC For decades, behavioral scientists have researched the impact of our cognitive blind spots. Most agree you don’t actually know when you don’t know what you’re talking about. What you define […]

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Coaching and the Brain: Past, Present and Future

We are pleased to share an article entitled  “Coaching and the Brain: Past, Present and Future”  written by Ann Betz  Setting the Stage for Coaching and the Brain – 1990-2010 The 1990s were designated the “Decade of the Brain” by the U.S. Congress, and during the ensuing decade, our understanding of the brain made huge leaps […]

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AI in Coaching: The Ethical Imperative and Human-Centric Approach

We are pleased to share an article entitled  “AI in Coaching: The Ethical Imperative and Human-Centric Approach”  written by Andrea Paviglianiti In the ever-evolving landscape of AI integration, coaches and mentors are faced with ethical considerations that demand a proactive approach. Emphasizing transparency, fairness, and accountability, the transformative power of AI complements human skills in […]

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9 Coaching Practices that Promote Excellence Through a Culture of Accountability

We are pleased to share an article entitled  “9 Coaching Practices that Promote Excellence Through a Culture of Accountability”  written by  Maria Connolly. Excellence results from focused, energetic, and consistent supervision and training. Can you think of anyone who has achieved excellence, without some kind of coaching? I can’t either! We reach our full potential […]

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