inviteCHANGE Blog

Welcome! We are a community of coach practitioners with all levels of experience who share the same passion for coaching and how it improves the world. We hope our blog series provide you with deeper insights into our work and who we are. With each post, you may click on the the author’s name for profile and contact information. We will also have guest bloggers from the coaching industry and from industries served by coaches to provide you with additional perspectives and insights.

Keep on the lookout for upcoming posts from our team ~ if you have any comments or are interested in guest blogging, please drop us a line at blog@invitechange.com. And thank you for joining us!

Posts in Category: Coach Development

How do you incorporate gratitude in your daily life?

by Janet Harvey, MCC | February 8, 2018

There is so much confusion, complexity and uncertainty around in the world today we are all looking for some antidote to help us come back into balance and happiness. I was reading a story on the web recently that described the “Hedonic Treadmill Theory” and it explained a lot about what gets in our way of happiness. I used to call this the revolving doorway syndrome and I think the new treadmill metaphor is more descriptive of what occurs inside for each of us.

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Series 1: Creating Your Media Kit and Speaker One Sheet

by Barbara Gobbi | October 9, 2017

We are excited to bring you the first article in our series of 5, designed to share best practices and resources which enhance your abilities to attract quality clients and build a solid foundation for your personal and company brand.

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Everyone and Their Mother is Talking about ‘Coaching’ - What is it Really?

by Sharmin Banu | October 1, 2017

It will be rare to find someone who never heard "coaching" and yet it is one of the most overloaded terms today. Starting from sports coaching, tutoring or mentoring a junior professional, coaching bears a very diverse context. One common denominator though, it is about helping another person getting better at some skill.

In the professional world, coaching is becoming more common in recent years. And that is where it could use little more clarity.

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