How auditing my practice in 2020 helped me manage my own imposter syndrome – a peek inside Coach GP

It's hard to believe we are already well on the way into 2021 - it really just feels like more of 2020 doesn't it. Well, even so, life moves on and I need to focus on professional and personal development as much as anyone. In fact, given that's my core work these days, it's probably … Continue reading How auditing my practice in 2020 helped me manage my own imposter syndrome – a peek inside Coach GP

Being a coach vs doing coaching

Yesterday I graduated from my coaching degree. I now officially have a Masters of Science in Coaching Psychology. A milestone and an achievement. Three and a half years, more than 50 flights, and more hours than I can count in reading, thinking and reflecting on coaching. What it means to be a coach, what it … Continue reading Being a coach vs doing coaching

So you’ve heard of coaching – but what is it anyway? And does it really work?

Just the other day I was challenged by another doctor that coaching is not evidence-based and that I’m convincing people to buy a service that’s no better than snake oil. This to me is the equivalent of being called a charlatan. However, it’s not a bad question to ask because coaching is not regulated and … Continue reading So you’ve heard of coaching – but what is it anyway? And does it really work?