Showing 487 Result(s)

New year, new opportunities and applications

Tweet Today I sit and read all the applications to this years mentoring program at the university in Stavanger, and they all impress me for their motivation. Not only for joining this program, but overall both education and their work experience. A lot of them are raised in one country, education in two different countries …

My mentoring hero

Tweet I met my big, big inspiration: David Clutterbuck at the conference. I was not surprised since he was one of the founders, but I was nervous… Suddenly in one of the sessions he stands before me and someone introduced me to him. I told him that I was a huge fan and that he …

EMCC international accreditation

Tweet Dr. Julia Haddock-Millar talked about the accreditation for programs – EQA and for mentors – EIA. EIA – The European Individual Accreditation is an internationally recognized accreditation that demonstrates that an individual practicing as a professional mentor/coach has the appropriate level of knowledge and the ability to apply it effectively in their practice. EQA – The European Quality Award is an internationally recognized …

Coaching the next generation

Tweet David Ringwood started session 3 on day 2 and the topic was «Coaching the next generation – a large scale study of generational differences in Europe». Hei was talking about the challenges in the next generations. Especially the new generations (Y and Z) may be perceived as being very nomadic in their attitude to …

Incoherent coaching

Tweet 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 8 basic emotions:

Mystery of mastery

Tweet 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”…He talked about Robert Green, …