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Coaching for Inclusion

Author: Joanne Rule

Date: 23rd July 2018

I always enjoy hearing the stories of people who become coaches. What informs our  ‘being coaches’, is surely as much our personal histories, as our training and practice?  We bring all of ourselves and our passions into play. One of my passions has been working on inclusion and human rights in healthcare. Presenting on this…

Slides from Professor Bob Garvey’s Brief Coaching Session

The Spirit of International Coaching Week

Author: Peter Lumley

Date: 14th June 2018

2018 is the fifth year York has responded to the ICF’s (International Coach Federation) invitation to celebrate coaching via International Coaching week (ICW). Whilst the city maintained its tradition of Multum in Parvo (a lot in a little!) over the week, it’s the spirit of the endeavours as much as the breadth and depth of…

Community Coaching snapshot survey 2018

Author: Catherine Adamson

Date: 8th May 2018

To give a flavour of the kind of work local coaches do to support their local communities, Coaching York carried out a snap-shot survey of its members in April. A generous community Around 20 coaches were kind enough to reply, showcasing the breadth of organisations coaches support, the range of issues they engage with, and…

My Future York 

Author: Joanne Rule

Date: 19th April 2018

Coaching York is collaborating with My Future York, an open inquiry working with anyone who wants to get involved in developing new alternative visions for York’s future. This starts with what individual people, families and communities want to do in their lives now and in the next 10, 20 and 30 years.  Teams of CY…

Senior management coaching in the Third Sector 

Author: Geoff Ashton

Date: 19th April 2018

Geoff Ashton is our coach for the management team of North Yorkshire Youth, which provides fabulous opportunities for children and young people to discover their potential. Geoff provided sessions for the team as a whole, which has led to an ongoing coaching relationship between Geoff and Chief Executive David Sharp. David says: “The coaching sessions…

Community Programmes  

Author: Geoff Ashton

Date: 17th April 2018

  Our first community coaching programme began in 2015. Available to people working in and for local communities, it provided up to eight hours coaching time. Clients identified between one and five objectives which they rated (0-10 scale) to indicate the extent to which the objective was being met. These were re-rated at the end…