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Our latest issue: a selection of four articles below.
PROFILE: MARSHALL GOLDSMITH
US executive coach, Marshall Goldsmith, one of the world’s most influential management thinkers and pioneer of 360-degree feedback, tells Liz Hall how he helps successful leaders achieve positive behaviour changes, and why he gives away most of his advice… Read more
We know that trust is essential in coaching, but can you define it? The concept is deceptively simple, and its meaning becomes murkier the deeper we delve. John Blakey explains why trustworthiness is a much more valuable concept… Read more
THE BIG FOUR
Internal coaching is thriving in the biggest accounting firms in the UK. In this report, based on a case study by Clive Mann, managing director of Ridler & Co, we examine the development and success of internal coaching in the Big Four accounting firms. What can other larger organisations learn from them?… Read more
Sarah Gilbert, Michelle Lucas and Eve Turner share their peer supervision research, reflect on their experiences, and raise questions for future debate… Read more
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Report — Train to gain
Our special report on coach training, Train to gain, looks at the overall trends in coach education and development in the UK- what’s on offer and where can you go to get it in a growing and often confusing market?
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