Together with a group of trainers, coaches and other experts we share blogposts about coaching and training skills as well as inspiring self-development topics.
How to prepare your trainer bio using storytelling
This article is about the use of storytelling to write your own biography.
Self-care – give yourself a permission to rest
Self-care is simply about showing yourself love.
Outdoor in the work of a trainer
In this article, you will find information about the benefits of outdoor activities, as well as examples of their implementation.
Inner critic and how to get rid of him
Perhaps you hear a voice in your head that continues to judge you negatively and criticize everything you do, and thus still struggle with low self-esteem and the feeling that you are not enough. This is an internal critic that teases most people.
Imposter syndrome and how to deal with it?
Do you sometimes think that others opinion about you is too positive? That you are actually inferior, not so qualified, not so clever, not so capable as they think?
Being Good Enough
In the modern world, we constantly hear that we should change, improve, become a better version of ourselves. As if we assume in advance that something is wrong with us and we have to constantly improve.
Transforming internal dialogue
How to talk about yourself, how to choose the right words, how to transform your internal dialogue to strengthen yourself, your experience, sense of agency and power
Internally motivated, that is, knowing their values
Internal motivation and how it is related to the values we believe in. There is also a short reflection exercise that will help you discover your individual values.
Constellations in coaching. How to build a 3D relationship map
“Constellations work because we all carry within us an unconscious inner map of everything and everybody we have been or are in relationship with.” John Whittington
A NAIL in the WALL, a short story about USING TOOLS in the trainer’s work
If you want the participants of your training to feel satisfied on leaving the training, always think about what the assignment you offer is for.
EMBODIMENT LEARNING The story of mystery, techniques and getting in touch with myself
Embodiment Learning is learning through the actions of your body. It is trust that the body gives us the answers to our questions.
The circle of identity”, or how to talk about identity in an international group?
Identity is a compass. Identity is an opportunity to change. Identity is a bridge to communicate with other people.
Self-care in the life of a trainer or how to avoid burnout
What you need to know and do, to work with ceaseless passion and satisfaction with other people?
Coach Yourself and Your Team. Tools for self-coaching and trainings
Feeling stuck? Doing the same things over and over again expecting different results? Struggling with conflicts? Check the tools that might help you.
How to develop long-term learning outcomes?
We present practical tips to ensure effective and long-term training outcomes.
How to motivate adults to learn
The trainer who goes to training, has got two tasks. One is to impart knowledge, The second is much more challenging – constantly motivate learners to learn.
How to get out of the victim’s position and regain the influence?
Reveal victim-accountable model to regain sense of influence and consciously shape your life.
Emotional intelligence for parents
In most cases, parents, thinking of their children, dream of their happiness and being successful in life. How do they get there?
How to run a training for large international groups – a practical guide
Find out what to look for if you organize training for an international group of several dozen people