#CoachMeet: Implementing Coaching – 4 Key Insights

I’ll be Skyping a short talk to the #CoachMeet event organised by Andrea Stringer in Sydney this evening. This looks like being a great event that will bring together people involved in coaching in education to talk about their experiences at a #TeachMeet style event.

I’ve decided to talk about some key insights that have emerged from my work on implementing coaching at my school over the past 3-4 years. This is the first time I’ve distilled my thinking in this way and they are still (as always) a work in progress.

Here’s my first go at doing a video presentation in preparation for my Skype call to the assembled #CoachMeet audience.

Here are my slides. Comments are very welcome.








  1. Great to hear Chris share his learning! All the very best for next year. I’m sure you will bring a great deal to the team. I look forward to tracking how things are going and hoping to meet up and learn some more myself too. Kind regards.


  2. Hi Karen,
    Thanks for your kind words. I really appreciate you taking the time to view the presentation and leave a comment. My first go at a vodcast 🙂
    When we last met I was right at the start of my coaching journey! I trust that you’re still putting your growth coaching skills to good use.
    Would be good to catch up at some stage in the new year.
    Best wishes,


    1. I would love catch up. I have been doing a lot of coaching myself which I have really enjoyed, with a whole range of leaders, staff and even a Bishop! :O That combined with a lot of presentations, I have kept very busy this year, with my new business Thoughtfulworks. Don’t know if that had started when we last met. You can check out the website if you get around to it. All the very best for winding up the year and starting your new adventure! Hope to touch base next year then. Cheers, Karen


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