Author: Goldvarg Consulting

In this session Dr. Goldvarg presents on the Global Coaching Study....

This session presents the feedback BEST model with its four components: behaviors (what have been done or said), effects (how the behaviours impact other people), stop (to have a dialogue, feedback should not be a monologue) and Take next steps (what should happen as a...

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In this article featured in Choice Magazine, we discussed some myths about Coaching. What is the difference with consulting? Why do coaches not provide advise? Is the ICF coaching framework restrictive to creativity?  What are acceptable practices? How do we work with clients who are...

Super-Vision for Coaches What is coaching supervision? The European Mentoring & Coaching Council (EMCC) defines coaching supervision as: The interaction that occurs when a coach brings their coaching work experiences to a supervisor in order to be supported and to engage in reflective dialogue and collaborative learning for...

Trusting Your "Intuition"

By Dr. Damian Goldvarg Ph.D., MCC Intuition is defined by the Webster dictionary as a "clear and instant perception of a truth without the aid of reason." Sometimes we have "hunches" or ideas that we don't know where they come from. We know something but we don't know how we know it. However, this information can be very important in our lives to make decisions. The ability to pay attention to our intuition can help us to make appropriate decisions.
By Dr. Damian Goldvarg We live our lives embracing habits without often asking why we do what we do. We can even make decisions without thinking much about other possibilities as we build on what we know and believe is the best for us or our loved ones.  These decisions might be done “mechanically” or in “autopilot” which means we may have not spent time reflecting on why we do what we do. It is as if the decisions were already made for us.

Presentation on Coaching Supervision, applying EMCC Coaching Supervision Framework The EMCC Conference took place last March 1 to 3, 2017 in Edinburgh. More than 250 coaches meet to learn and network. I had the opportunity to co-facilitate a workshop on Coaching Supervision, showing a supervision session...