Category Archives for "coach mentoring"

Jun 20

NLP: A new perspective

By Sue Hefren | coach mentoring

I have to admit that I have been a bit of a skeptic about some of the more abstract coaching technologies like Neuro Linguistic Programing (NLP). In my early days of coaching the majority of NLP ideas and concepts I encountered made little sense to me – in fact, it all looked a lot like […]

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May 22

From Youth Worker to Life Coach!

By michellefreebody | business coaching

Matt Waldron has been a personal leadership coach for over 15 years. He has worked in a variety of executive leadership, program management and frontline case worker roles within the community service, whilst simultaneously building his private coaching business, SHIFT Life Coaching. Matt’s passion is to inspire, empower and equip people to unlock their potential […]

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May 15

Making a difference…

By michellefreebody | coach mentoring

In 2012, Life and Leadership coach Kylie Cullinan extended her coaching skills by taking further training with Frazer Holmes Coaching. Since then she has contracted with us to provide coaching in employment agencies at Bega and Merimbula, and is thrilled to be able to be making a difference in lives of people who have faced […]

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May 12

Three years on…

By michellefreebody | coach mentoring

Cheryl Mason graduated from the Frazer Holmes coach training program three years ago. Since that time, Cheryl has been working as a coach with us, transforming the lives of long term unemployed clients of Job Services Australia (JSA) providers. She is currently delivering our HOPE & Power progams in JSAs on the central coast of […]

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Dec 04

A Dragon’s View of Cashflow

By Robert Holmes | business coaching

Everybody needs a mentor, because we don’t know what we don’t know. We all need an up-line: someone who is not responsible for us (like a parent), who is independent (so they can speak honestly) and strong minded. People are like lakes and rivers – inflow and outflow creates life. I have four mentors, people are […]

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Nov 13

Cognitive Load with John Sweller

By Robert Holmes | business coaching

Your working memory can only handle 3 or 4 pieces of information at a time. This single idea has wide reaching implications for coaching, training, education and preparation of powerpoints.

Listen to Professor John Sweller, author of Cognitive Load Theory discuss how memory works and how to improve it in this interview with Robert Holmes.

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Jul 08

Archetypes And The Hero’s Journey

By Robert Holmes | coach mentoring

The Hero’s Journey Psychologist Carl Jung believed that behind the scene of human life there lay archetypes, “Constantly repeating characters which occur in the dreams of all people and the myths of all cultures”. Jung suspected that these archetypes are a reflection of the story we all share in common. Later an author, mythologist and […]

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Jul 05

Gut Instinct

By Robert Holmes | coach mentoring

The Body Brain I was listening to a podcast from Shrink Wrap Radio yesterday. It’s a program dedicated to interviewing psychologists, researchers, movie makers and authors about current trends and learning. The interview was with Dr. David Van Nuys and his book “Mindsight” about our body brain. 

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