Links and Resources
Many of my clients have been so inspired by their experience of coaching that they’ve gone on to become coaches themselves. Here are a few links to get you started:
Coaches Training Institute (CTI) has trained over 62,000 coaches in 22 countries, including me! Seminars are offered throughout the year close by in Vancouver.
Organizational Relationship Systems Coaching is an integrated and robust coaching model based on Relationship Systems Intelligence™. I’ve completed the Organization and Relationship Systems Coaching (ORSC) Training Series.
Cool video on the power of forgiveness and resisting blame by Iyana Vanzant . About 30 minutes. The good stuff starts just past 9 minutes.
Feeling betrayed? Check out this 4 minute interview of Mary Ann Williamson on the one thing you can do to change your experience of the hurt (lesson from a Course in Miracles)
Want to really forgive? Check out Matt Kahn – a gifted spiritual teacher and author. He has written two books in the last three years, has a newsletter with tons of teachings, and lots of videos on his youtube station.
More coming soon…
“What ever arises love that.
If you can’t love what arises, then love the part of you that can’t love what arises.”
Thought leaders and authors
The Work of Byron Katie is a way of identifying and questioning the thoughts that cause all the fear, violence, depression, frustration, and suffering in the world. Experience the happiness of undoing those thoughts through The Work, and allow your mind to return to its true, awakened, peaceful, creative nature.
The Hendricks Institute is home page for relationship gurus, Gay and Katy Hendricks, PhD’s who wrote, “Conscious Loving” and dozens of other books on how to live a joyful purposeful life, and co-create conscious loving relationships. I attended over 60 hours of relationship coach training with Gay and Katie Hendricks and incorporate their principles into my coaching. My favorite relationship principle introduced by the Hendricks is called, “upper limits.” Gay wrote an entire book about this in The Big Leap. The website features lots of free stuff… short videos and inspiration.
The Gottman Institute is an excellent resource for research-based approach to relationships of all kinds. Spouse, parent, co-worker… there’s tons of easy to digest articles and graphics. Follow them on Facebook, too, for quick-hit tips.