01 August, 2008

Appreciative Inquiry and Solution-Focused Coaching - Report on SGCP Coaching Psychology Workshop

Report by Jennifer Liston-Smith published in The Coaching Psychologist Volume 4 Issue 2 - August 2008 http://bit.ly/hgAXf

Appreciative Inquiry presents a refreshingly enabling way of relating to ‘what is’ and ‘what could be’. Solution-focused coaching takes us miraculously - ping! - straight to a perfectly resolved future; which might be more possible than we think. These two approaches, underpinned by theory and years of experience, give structure to some applications of positive psychology in coaching.

01 July, 2008

How to Make a Successful Comeback - Professional Manager Magazine interview

Article by Erika Lucas with in depth interview with Jennifer Liston-Smith in Professional Manager, published by the Chartered Management Institute, www.managers.org.uk
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Managing Maternity in the news: a very useful and practical piece for managers, with details of some of our client work including our group and individual maternity coaching.

01 April, 2008

Report on the 3rd National Coaching Psychology Conference 2007

Report by Jennifer Liston-Smith published in The Coaching Psychologist Volume 4, Issue 1

Professor Stephen Palmer recently announced that ‘Coaching has come of age’, opening his foreword to Psychometrics in Coaching, the second book from the Association for Coaching, published in February, 2008.

Just as the wider field of coaching now packs a fair punch with its psychological underpinnings, coaching psychology continues to reveal more depth in both its art and science. At this latest conference, a wealth and diversity of knowledge, experience and insight was shared, with humanity and good humour.

01 April, 2007

Report on 1st International Coaching Psychology Conference 18-19 December, 2006

Report by Jennifer Liston-Smith published in The Coaching Psychologist Volume 3 Issue 1

This event, rich in its new questions as well as its underpinning theories and evidence, showed the increasing maturity of the field of coaching psychology.