Coaching and Mentoring at Work conference
New Horizons: Tuesday 2nd July 2013
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Our latest issue: a selection of four articles below.
Maria Salkeld and Nicki Seignot have created a centrally managed coaching team at Asda whose impact is being felt across the business. But it is only one of several, hugely successful coaching and mentoring projects devised by this talented duo. Read full article here.
The lone, male leader is no longer trusted as an authority figure in our turbulent world. What we need now are new ways for new, more flexible lives. It’s time for ‘respons-able’ group leadership, says Hetty Einzig. Read full article here.
David Clutterbuck and David Megginson’s emerging concept of Coach Maturity offers a refreshing and insightful lens on coach development. Rachel Ellison interviews Professor Clutterbuck on the model, and invites perspectives from coaches and buyers of coaching. Read full article here.
Terms of engagement
Happy, engaged employees are the golden grail for managers, yet it is also true that staff join companies, but leave their bosses. By evolving a coaching conversation, such as OSCAR, companies could reverse the drain, says Jenny Rogers. Read full article here.
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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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