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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. 

Co-Active Blog

Co-Active Blog

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Explore the concept of embodiment, its significance in Co-Active coaching, and how reconnecting with our physical selves leads to true wholeness.

 A courageous leader embracing curiosity

Explore the intricate connection between vulnerability and courage in leadership. Learn how embracing uncertainty fuels true leadership in this blog.

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Are you using Co-Active coaching at home? Learn the Do’s and Don’ts of using the Co-Active coach-approach with your kids with these helpful tips!

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Differentiating between masculine and feminine leadership qualities can be sticky, tricky, and full of hidden landmines. As American philosopher, Ken Wilber so aptly puts it, “To fully integrate, we must first differentiate.” Simply put, to...

Power of the Pen

Developing a creative writing practice can be a powerful tool for your personal growth as a coach or client. As coaches, we are committed to our client’s growth as well as our own.


Leadership isn't gendered – women are leaders, too. Female leaders are compassionate, receptive, collaborative, sensitive, empathic, intuitive, & cooperative.

Co-Active Model

Co-Active trained individuals are responsible for the creation of the poetic pulse. In this regard, the Co-Active paradigm is the very definition of poetry.

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