Category: Performance

Coaching in a crisis. Part 4 – Breaking the silence

Joint Highly Commended, Best Article/Series 2018. Coaching at Work Awards 2018.  First published as an article in Coaching at Work, August 31 2017 By Liz Pick and Neil Atkinson In the final part of a series of articles exploring coaching

Coaching in a crisis. Part 1 – Working with mental health issues

First published as an article in Coaching at Work, May 8 2017 By Liz Pick and Liz Hall Part 1 of a series of articles published to mark UK Mental Health Awareness Week on 8-14 May 2018, that looked to

Performance coaching must evolve to address wellbeing

Nothing in life is ever black and white, especially when it comes to our health and wellbeing. It is often assumed by employers that being at work is a unilateral declaration of good health, even though many people will still

Drawing a line – who won’t you work with?

Deciding not to work with a particular client is a really difficult decision, especially if a client appears distressed or vulnerable in some way. The good thing is that this happens quite rarely. My inclusive approach to coaching means I

Wellbeing shouldn’t be a ‘hidden’ agenda

There are times in my professional life when I feel like I’m operating undercover because some aspects of employee wellbeing are still taboo subjects for employers and staff. When I’m contacted by an organisation and asked to coach someone, it

The Future for Executive Coaching: Evolving Professional Practice

Wellbeing in executive coaching – do you address the whole person? A paper for the 3rd APECS Annual Symposium on Wednesday June 18th 2014 written by: Liz Pick Emma Donaldson-Fielder In consultation with: Fiona Adamson Colette Gannon Sarah Perrott

Our Definitions

This is a guide to the common buzzwords and phrases used today when talking about wellbeing, health, coaching and training. We have found that these terms can represent different things to different people so to avoid any misunderstandings, we wanted