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8th August 2021

What Is Ours To Do?

Over the last few months we have been global witnesses to a range of extreme weather events that have left many people and their livelihoods in tatters.  As I write this on 8th August we are watching devestating fires in Greece that threaten homes and lives, protected historical sites, forests and species.   In June, Canada […]

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23rd June 2021

Are arrangements in place for our own death or incapacitation?

Talking of death, a debilitating illness or sudden accident is not an easy topic to consider.  In my experience this was not raised during my training, and yet there are examples where family members have been left dealing with their partner or parent’s clients, social media, bank accounts, subscriptions and so on. So implementing appropriate […]

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2nd March 2021

What’s mine to do? Launching the 3rd global CCA 24 hour conversation with Tom Rivett-Carnac and Jo Confino

This is a unique, free event where a client (coachee) interviews their coach!  The client is Tom Rivett-Carnac, the chief political strategist for the landmark Paris Agreement on climate change, adopted by 195 countries in 2015, serving alongside former UN Climate Chief, Christiana Figueres. Together  they co-authored a best-selling book, The Future We Choose, an […]

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16th February 2021

What’s Mine To Do? March 4th and 80 free Climate Coaching Alliance global events

The third 24-hour event from the Climate Coaching Alliance takes place on Thursday 4th March, as part of Coaching at Work’s Climate Coaching Action Day, and there is a veritable feast of sessions being offered from members around the world.  All the sessions can be booked free with webinars in English, French, Spanish and German.  […]

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