We all have the capacity to engage in passivity, and do so to a greater or lesser degree. Examples of this are when you may have put something off, or haven’t done it all, or when you re-direct your energy rather than do something that seems too big, or too hard or you feel it is impossible to accomplish. That is what ‘passivity’ in the TA sense means.

Recently (8th May 2020), Sandra Wilson and I gave a webinar on the so-called ‘3Ps’. We know this concept from our work with Transactional Analysis; we think it’s useful for leadership, coaching and for making sense of our lives at the moment...

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I wrote a Master’s thesis on Positive Psychology Interventions, and this is one which can have a profound effect on your relationships at work, at home and with yourself.

I’m reading Reinhard Stelter’s book about the different generations of coaching. It’s made me think about why coaching has continued to grow in scope and effectiveness, particularly in organisations. It’s also sparked my curiosity about where coaching is going – what is the next generation?