Dr. Paul Brown had the opening keynote session on the second day. He talked about the brain and the 8 basic emotions.
The title was «Incoherent coaching and the amygdala hi-jack trap»
Its always interesting to learn more about the brain. You can look here to see more about the […]
My next training, session 2, was called:
“Mystery of Mastery” What makes an excellent coach, excellent”?
What is the difference between a good coach and a excellent coach.
The trainer was Dr. Stephen Burt.
The topic was very interesting, but i felt it became very theoretical, and it become very “namedropping”…
Wow, what an opening… for me it was overwhelming just to be in the room of so many fellow mentoring and coaching colleagues. Our President Dr. Lise Lewis put the standard high and not to mention the fantastic Baroness Tanni Grey-Thompson. She comes on stage in a wheelchair and told […]
My first ever seminar, session 1, is with Belinda Baillie. And she talked about energy – attitude and connection… powerful…
The title was: «Working with the energy of a conversation and dancing with the magic».
As a mentor i know how important energy is, both for myself, but also for my […]
I am on my way to my first European Mentoring & Coaching Council conference and this year it is Dublin Scotland. I am so excited to be going and not only representing my country as the president of Norway, but also to meet other members and to go to workshop […]
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