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Conflict Resolution: Negotiations and Problem-Solving

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by Gary Gasaway (USA) To better understand how to deal with conflict is to focus upon negotiation and problem-solving skills. For negotiations to really be effective there must be joint problem-solving. Negotiations and problem-solving are not necessarily hard or soft, but they are a combination of each. Using both

Conflict Resolution

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Do You Know How to Avoid or Resolve Conflicts in Your Relationship with Your Man? by Lyn Smith (UK) Today’s Tip - Resolving conflicts My ex-husband and I divorced after 23 ‘calm’ years, and I subsequently met my soul mate Paul, only to find that despite having a very

Matching with the Client

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What Makes Us Build Genuine Rapport with a Client Automatically or … Never! by Maria Biquet (Greece) What is the first thing we notice when we meet a new person? According to a recent Harvard study the first thing our brains notice about a person is gender and race.

How Brain Gender Affects Relationship Coaching

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By Robert Holmes (Australia) Have you ever observed that one client appears to be very responsive to your coaching, and another is very reserved? They both get great outcomes, but one of them comes across as a kind of resistance. It surprises you when, after the coaching, they say

Every Moment of Every Day!

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By Barbara J. Cormack (France) Relationships are in everything that you do!  Whether the relationship is with yourself, someone very close to you or some you don’t know, each relationship comes with its own characteristics. What is a relationship?  It is said to be a connection between two people,