With summer holidays around the corner many of our clients are looking forward to time out of the office. As coaches this can mean less work and for those of us who are self-employed a drop off in income may be alarming. Don’t panic!
Lately there has been a lot of talk among development and leadership gurus about resilience. Hardly surprising, in these challenging economic times. But what exactly is career resilience? And, more importantly, how can you get some?
Most of us have a cupboard in our kitchen with pantry essentials – perhaps a bag of flour, some sugar and spices. These may seem like basic ingredients, but it when the occasion calls for it they can be turned into a celebration cake or other fitting treat.
X-factor is that elusive quality that sets one person apart from the crowd. It’s something to do with charisma, a little bit about the way that person makes you aspire to be like them, and a lot about them making you feel like you’ve known them forever.
In this article a recruitment consultant interviewed Mary Anna about the role of coaching in supporting career progession and her journey into coaching.
Following on from my article about contingency planning to keep your business running, this piece sets out the three steps you should take to write an emergency plan for your coaching business.