In this blog, we debunk some of the common mysteries we hear about lifelong learning, and share some resources for you to start considering learning in the new year.
Experience of meditation in mindfulness
By Carol Rankin This is my narrative of the first experiences with mindfulness and meditation in an organic deep sense … More
The Metaverse and coaching
Facebook has recently renamed as Meta, as the internet moves towards the ‘Metaverse’. But what is the Metaverse and what … More
The Great Resignation
2021 saw resignations at their record highest level, COVID, furlough and lockdowns sparked a fundamental change in the employment market … More
Dr Nalita James’s research interests lie in access and widening participation in higher education, with a focus on mature students.
Dr Nalita James’s research interests lie in access and widening participation in higher education, with a focus on mature students. … More
The Future of Coaching
A fascinating new article traces the history of coaching a proposes possible new ways of being for coaching in the … More
“I honestly believe that studying for my MA Coaching enriched my life in so many ways.”
It’s been almost 5 years since I started my Masters journey at CLL. In that time, I’ve grown as a … More
Congruence and Coaching
Congruence is about being genuine, acting without front or facade. You are congruent when you are aware of your own … More
“This year brings new exciting challenges for myself as I too will be a student as well as a teaching fellow.”
Hooray, a new academic year and mostly back to face to face teaching! I was so impressed last year by … More
Coaching is even more important in times of crisis.
I’m feeling lost, scared, uncertain. I’m worried about elderly relatives. I’ve had to close my business and I don’t know … More