When things don't go to plan

The Olympic Games have caused more than a bleary eye in the workplace and for many of us it is an opportunity to watch sports we don’t normally get to see, to see champions rise to the challenge, witness a ‘come from behind’ win and cheer…

Returning to Base Camp

I recently heard a story about the journey of climbing Mount Everest. As this story was told to me, it takes a massive effort to reach the first milestone that climbers call “base camp”. From here they will attempt the next level. In most…

What have Sir John Whitmore and Bon Jovi got in common?

In August of this year I had the absolute honour of being invited to attend a dinner where the guest of honour was no other than Sir John Whitmore, the guru of coaching. Not only was I invited to attend, but I was asked to speak about my experience…

Time to face the Baby Boomer crisis

It’s one of the biggest and well-documented issues facing Australian organisations today - the pending retirement of the baby boomers from the workforce. I have spoken to a number of clients and it’s estimated that up to 40 per cent of the…

How I discovered Story Coaching

I attended the ICF Global Conference in Las Vegas in September 2011 and was looking to attend sessions that would stretch my coaching skills and to explore areas of coaching that I had not previously had exposure to – the topic on story coaching…

Coaching culture in Australia... let's get blogging!

Here we are! An exciting new blog world! We are going to celebrate coaching in Australia and around the world together! Let's get going! Australia has been slower to pick up coaching as a methodology for change and transformation than our European…