In this session, Robert talks about the benefit of ongoing training, even as an experienced coach as the exposure to new techniques allows constant re-evaluation of the techniques being used.
In this session, Robert explains the value of getting training, as it helps deepen understanding of those aspects that are not as intuitive. Training allows coaches to learn by watching great coaches, and to ask questions and receive feedback.
In this session, Robert explains the difference between positive psychology coaching and regular coaching, which may be almost impossible to spot. The difference is what a coach uses to inform their coaching.
In this session, Robert delves into the difference between positive psychology and coaching, looking at each aspect in turn.
In this session, Robert explains his view of coaching, and the importance of the four basic aspects of coaching which is to explore with clients, challenge clients, support clients and hold clients accountable.
In this session, Robert talks about being a fast-thinking, funny, assertive coach who will challenge his clients.
In this session, Robert talks about his view of coaching as a profession, and the importance of ethics in coaching. With ethics as the foundation, the intuitive side of coaching can be learnt.
In this session, Robert talks about his family influence and his journey into becoming a positive psychologist and coach.
In this session, Robert delves into the usefulness of research around coaching, as coaching can be quite diverse. He talks about the importance of empirical data to assist coaches in using the best intervention for each individual.
In this session, Robert talks about his past research topics and identifies research areas that need to be looked at within Positive Psychology. Robert delves into his new research area, which is hospitality.