What is Reflective Coaching

Reflective Coaching is the foundation of professional development; it makes meaning from experience and transforms insights into practical strategies for personal growth and organizational impact. It involves integrating activities into daily life on a routine basis which raise awareness, prompt critical analysis and aid self-management and decision-making. It means: •Learning to pay attention – listening to ourselves •Coming face to face with our assumptions •Noticing patterns •Changing what we see •Changing the way we see Reflective Practice is a way of recognizing and articulating what we’re learning on a moment by moment basis.

Why should I choose to participate in Reflective Coaching:

For individuals, the outcomes of developing a regular habit of reflective practice can be: •An increase in self-awareness, emotional intelligence, the capacity for emotional regulation and, as a consequence, the ability to inspire, influence and motivate others •An enhanced ability to make decisions which show good judgement, awareness of risk and systemic impact •A growth in the capacity to generate innovation through the technique of asking open questions and attending to the answers with an open mind •The ability to be compassionate to self and others and inspire trust through demonstrating trustworthiness Reflective Practice expands a leader’s self-awareness, brings rigor to critical thinking and hones communication skills, all of which enable greater impact at an organizational level as ways of working and working relationships are being challenged by a volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous world. It aligns with a range of organizational development issues, such as ethics, engagement, empowerment, well-being and sustainability. *Pricing available upon request

Reviews

The reflective coaching session with Kasey helped me prioritize what I needed to do to have a healthy relationship, and to deeper understand the reality of the situation.
Pat Kennedy, private client

What is Reflective Coaching

Reflective Coaching is the foundation of professional development; it makes meaning from experience and transforms insights into practical strategies for personal growth and organizational impact. It involves integrating activities into daily life on a routine basis which raise awareness, prompt critical analysis and aid self-management and decision-making. It means: •Learning to pay attention – listening to ourselves •Coming face to face with our assumptions •Noticing patterns •Changing what we see •Changing the way we see Reflective Practice is a way of recognizing and articulating what we’re learning on a moment by moment basis.

Why should I choose to participate in Reflective Coaching:

For individuals, the outcomes of developing a regular habit of reflective practice can be: •An increase in self-awareness, emotional intelligence, the capacity for emotional regulation and, as a consequence, the ability to inspire, influence and motivate others •An enhanced ability to make decisions which show good judgement, awareness of risk and systemic impact •A growth in the capacity to generate innovation through the technique of asking open questions and attending to the answers with an open mind •The ability to be compassionate to self and others and inspire trust through demonstrating trustworthiness Reflective Practice expands a leader’s self-awareness, brings rigor to critical thinking and hones communication skills, all of which enable greater impact at an organizational level as ways of working and working relationships are being challenged by a volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous world. It aligns with a range of organizational development issues, such as ethics, engagement, empowerment, well-being and sustainability. *Pricing available upon request

Reviews

The reflective coaching session with Kasey helped me prioritize what I needed to do to have a healthy relationship, and to deeper understand the reality of the situation.
Pat Kennedy, private client

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