Masterful Me Blog
This is Masterful Me blog, a space where we publish articles and topics related to Coaching, Development, Transformation and Change.
During our Masterful Me Level 2 Certification Program, our mentor Ângela Gaehtgens always provoked us to have a journaling activity and guarantee our memories and reflections of what changed us during the Coaching Program and how it impacted us and others… @masIt was not easy to start this activity and I always knew that once
In organizations, leaders set the pace. Studies by Gallup – a US opinion research company – have shown that 70% of the organizational climate comes from the leader’s behavior and that 50% of employees resign because of their boss. A growing concern for companies is therefore the retention of their employees, as this is a
Leadership Coaching can make the difference in a VUCA World! Abstract Coaching leaders is a specific and specialized area within the coaching profession. It involves working with individuals in leadership positions to enhance their skills, effectiveness, and overall performance. The goal of leadership coaching is to help leaders develop and refine their leadership abilities,
The Purpose and Value of Storytelling I’ve loved stories ever since I heard and read them as a child. Later, as a behavioural development professional and consultant, I heard hundreds of stories, personal and professional, and over the years it became clear to me that this approach had a tremendous effect on awareness and decision-making
“Coaching is a scam!”, in the words of Jaime Ferreira da Silva, the president of the Specialty Council of Social Work Psychology and Organizations of the Order of Psychologists, “Coaching is a way that 5 A’s individuals have found to make easy money.”, accordingly to this Psychologist…and what “5 A’s” are those? Appetence to change
Age, a Coaching topic Since the pioneering time of Sir John Whitmore “Coaching for Performance”, coaching industry has gained relevance in today’s professional world, and it is worth an estimated $27.5 billion by 2026. While the popularity of coaching continues to grow, so does the evidence supporting its efficacy. Facing variety of standards and field