Sea Change - Self Development
Life -- coaching especially for young women
Women at Work - self
development coaching in the workplace
Coaching: talk that gets
We often contrast "talk" and "action,"
placing a higher value on action. Talk is cheap, a popular
cautions us. And it's true that we've probably
all had the experience of talking about some great idea we've had,
without anything coming of it.
However, talk vs. action is a false
dichotomy. Indeed, talk can sometimes be action in itself.
When your words acknowledge something
that had gone unacknowledged before -- because it was somehow
"off limits," or because you were afraid of the logical consequences of
acknowledging it, or because,
once articulated, you felt you'd be helpless to address it - in
circumstances like those, simply choosing
to say your thoughts out loud constitutes an important action. The
discontent that comes to the surface
when you become conscious of a need - and have the courage to say so -
is a catalyst for change.
That's the difference between idle talk and a constructive
Fran Hendrick, columnist and
psychotherapist, brings the skills and background to help you take
thoughts and shape them into the real, tangible change you want to see
in your life or work.
A constructive conversation, conducted in a lighthearted, insightful
style, will give you the bridge between abstract thought and real
conversations in the workplace - Professional Development Coaching
groups and individuals
development coaching - Personal Development
Coaching for individuals
- the greater your insight into
yourself, the greater your ability to help your children grow into
adults who feel fabulous, accomplish amazing things and love life!
Fran Hendrick, M.Ed., P.C.C.