Tim Gallwey’s Inner Game

Tim Gallwey’s Inner Game The Inner Game In 1971 Tim Gallwey, founder of the Inner Game, was working as a tennis coach. Having captained the tennis team at Harvard, he was on sabbatical before finding a serious job. One day he noticed that when he left the court briefly, a student who h...

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Sir Richard Branson’s Coaching Culture at Virgin

Why Virgin had a Coaching Culture I joined the fledgling Virgin group in the 1970s, where as an MD of some of the Virgin companies, I learned at first hand the leadership style of Richard Branson, which we would now call coaching. Virgin was a place where people were valued for their strengths rath...

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When should a Coach cancel?

“Accept then Act. Whatever the present moment contains accept it as if you had chosen it. Always work with it, not against it.” Eckhart Tolle. The inspiration for this blog came from a recent supervision session. Rest assured, confidentiality has been preserved and not only did I seek t...

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