iCN Issue 4

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The Power of Assessments in Coaching

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By Ken Keis, MBA (Canada) Everything in life centres around measurement—money, travel, time, age, weight, volume, temperature, stock indexes—the list is endless. That is true even in underdeveloped countries that use the rising of the sun and moon and the changing of the seasons as measurements. Yet, our experience

What is NLP?

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By Malcolm Nicholson (United Kingdom) NLP is a term used widely in the self-help market, with over 2,700 books on the subject listed on Amazon alone. Its proponents are zealot like in their effusiveness about the results NLP is claimed to achieve. These claims include curing blindness and common

What is NLP?

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By Dr. Györgyi Stenger (Hungary) NLP - this high-tech name of Neuro-Linguistic Programming is the baby of the early 1970s when the founders Richard Bandler and John Grinder were searching for the essence of change and modelled some of the most successful therapists of that time: Fritz Perls, Virginia

NLP – Does Anyone Know What It’s All About?

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By Chris Delaney (United Kingdom) Anyone interested in any type of coaching has heard the famous acronym NLP. But many people do not understand what NLP really is. Even trained NLPers often struggle to explain what NLP is, but know the techniques they use to help their clients. The

NLP versus Coaching?

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By Joseph O’Connor (United Kingdom) The title of this issue reminds me of the 1979 Academy award winning film 'Kramer versus Kramer' starring Dustin Hoffman and Meryl Streep. It is a great drama of a husband and wife who separate and fight over their son. What is the connection

NLP and Rapport Building

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By Krystyna Howe (Poland) It was Maya Angelou who stated without illusion: People will forget what you said, theywill even forget what you did, but they will never forget how you made them feel. In any relationship, including a coaching relationship, it is so important to show how much

NLP and Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)

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By Scott Alchemy Hardie (Australia) If you are anything like me, then you may be concerned about the current ‘Epidemic’ facing many families today. Autism Spectrum Disorder (including Asperger Syndrome) is the fastest growing diagnosis given to children and adolescents today. At the point of diagnosis, the parent has

On Being A Coach….Reflecting with a Supervisor

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By Michelle Lucas (United Kingdom) In our last issue Michelle Lucas shared her thoughts on how reflecting with peers can help generate fresh perspectives and allow us to benchmark our work in the marketplace. Reflection can come in many forms and in this third and final part of this