Chapter 3 INTRODUCING CAN DO During treatment, I chose to make my chemo journey a public one on Facebook and on my personal blog. From the beginning, I made a commitment to myself, my husband Ned, my family and to God that my approach and attitude would be as completely CAN DO as possible. […]
I have been training, supervising and mentoring coaches for over a decade to hone their skills towards mastery and, for some, to gain their ICF credential. I believe that with continuous reflective practice any coach can get closer to mastery. I am also confident that I can help coaches learn how to manage their performance […]
I would suggest three ways in which coaching might be engaged—each way related to one of three forms of bonding We human beings are very much into bonding with other people (and even other animals). We have some of the strongest proclivities toward bonding among all species. This is quite understandable, given that the human […]
On service of further considering the idea of coaching as a multidisciplinary profession, here are some reflections on the components of the courses at West Point that built different perspectives and abilities in my work as a coach. When I entered the United States Military Academy at West Point in the summer of 1986, the […]
Paint -n- Sup event. Includes all materials for your take-home canvas painting, a full wine-tasting of French wines, a short coaching group activity associated with the event theme, and a selection of themed food for supper. 100% donation.