Interview with CARI(TM) Coach Tom Morrell

How did you become interested in coaching? My career background is in the police in London and I’ve managed a number of teams and being in charge of them means trying to get the best performance from them and that involves coaching. When I left the police, I then started getting in more self-awareness coaching,… Read More

Neuroscience for HR Directors – the missing piece?

Neuroscience based techniques for HR to boost wellbeing Problems in staff attrition? Sickness absence? Accidents or errors of judgement at work? Challenges in performance? Equipping yourself with neuroscience based techniques could be the solution. Pressure to boost performance and achieve targets from leadership creates a battle between well-being and performance. Employee well-being should be the… Read More

Is there an unnatural way to coach?

Is there a natural and an unnatural way to coach people to change? Short answer: “yes”. So why is this? Well, it all stems for the popular notions of psychology and neuroscience that have filled the space with assumptions and noise that have led to myths that are accepted as reality. As an occupational psychologist… Read More

Neuroscience for professional coaching

What is it like using neuroscience for professional coaching? To answer that, we first need to go on a tour of a brief history of coaching! What is Coaching all about? My friend, Dr Alan Beggs was one of the first psychologist coaches. Originally an academic, he was asked to ‘coach’ Team GB for the… Read More