Popular misconceptions of coaching lead many to believe that the older and more experienced the coach is, in their counterpart’s (coachee’s) field of expertise, the better. General Manager, Education Mandy Geddes disputes this view, and reveals what you should really look for in a coach.   Executives...

All too often you may find yourself in a highly pressurised situation. But have you actually stopped to take a deep look as to where said "pressure" has stemmed from? According to Jill Livesey, Senior Executive Coach, IECL, looking to your sense of self-worth will...

Paula Feathers shares with us a profound and honest reflection on her experience with cancer and how it has allowed her to invigorate her ability to coach. The handy alliteration allows me to link two seemingly unrelated words. And mostly, to be honest, they have...

Kate Mathers, IECL’s Principal Mindfulness Trainer reflects on how mindfulness can enrich coaching engagements and the coach’s ability to manage themselves, their emotional state and their responses and reactions to their counterpart. “Being present allows us to dance in the moment, just this moment… To...