Tag: Coaching

Coaching as micro interventions

Occasionally I get the question from managers I meet: ”How can I be a manager, and at the same time coach my employees? One moment I am leading, and the next I am supposed to be supportive and understanding. That will get confusing for everyone.”

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Resistance! Resistance?

The idea of ”resistance” quite often pops up when talking about processes of change, whether this relates to conversations with one person such as in coaching, or working with groups. In my work as a consultant, coach, and process facilitator, I fairly often experience what in the traditional sense appears to be resistance; towards the content of the conversation, and towards the changes a person or group is facing.

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