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For the last 30 years the Co-Active Training Institute (CTI) has been offering the gold-standard in coach training and leadership development for individuals and organizations. Now we are creating a new language of leadership. Let's do this together. 

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Unleash the power of metaphors in Co-Active coaching! Express complex ideas effortlessly and ignite both sides of your brain for transformative results.

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Navigate the challenges of working with difficult bosses and turn the situation into a growth opportunity. Discover our expert tips and insights now.

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One of the first things we do in Co-Active coaching with clients is to identify their core values. When you know what your core values are, they can help you to stay grounded in who you are and what you believe in, especially when challenges come up.


Negative self-talk usually drives self-sabotage. Low self-esteem and difficulties in coping are among the causes of this detrimental practice.

make time for self-care

Overworking is ineffective. Always make time for self-care. A tranquil mind can heal the body and help you make better decisions.

coaching topics

Coaching fosters nonjudgmental curiosity and self-examination. So whatever coaching topics come up are acceptable – but how do we choose a great topic?

energize the team

Taking a vacation is usually the first aid to energize the team. But what if it doesn't work? Learn how coaching can bring energy back to the workplace.

the power of intention

Because our culture is resistant to endings, we linger past the natural terminus. We overlook intention's ability to end things and create new opportunities.


Some people procrastinate for so long that they end up not completing crucial daily tasks on time. Overcoming procrastination is an important skill to master!


Many leaders desire essential recognition from their peers and bosses. Acknowledge someone by stopping what you're doing and letting them know you've noticed.

design alliance

Building strong alliances early in the relationship allows both parties to safely communicate and discuss their disagreements and hopes for the partnership.


If you are considering a period of self-improvement and development, I really hope you will find these guidelines useful and valuable in your personal journey.

workplace vulnerability

Embracing vulnerability can strengthen working connections. Using vulnerability to your advantage involves being aware of yourself and the other person.

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