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Conference 2014

Coaching and Mentoring at Work conference: registration open. Go to home page here , or directly to registration here.

 Wednesday 2nd July 2014

All systems go: holistic, forward-thinking best practice in coaching and mentoring.

Conference material from our 2013 conference available  here:

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Our latest issue

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Our latest issue: a selection of four articles below.

Profile: Erik De Haan
Erik De Haan’s ability to work with the organisational unconscious and surface hidden levels in groups has been called ‘magical’. The director of Ashridge Business School’s Centre for Coaching talks to Liz Hall about the ‘dark side’ of leadership. Read more here.

Reflections: gold from dust
by Lindsay Wittenberg.
The first session with a client is an Aladdin’s Cave of possibilities, with riches waiting to be discovered – if we use the right tools.Read more here.

What´s app?
Coaching-specific apps are few and far between, but, argues Jonathan Dyson, with the huge rise in the use of mobile devices among coaches, it’s just a matter of time before a range of targeted apps appear. Read more here.

Public perception
Public sector leaders must deliver results against a backdrop of tightly squeezed budgets. The landscape is certainly changing – and so must the coaching support that is offered, argues Natalie Holt. Read more here.

For the full list of articles from the latest issue and our archives, see Articles
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Featured articles and news

For non-subscribers we now include a taster of selected news items and articles in the Featured section.

Conference update

Conferences run by professional bodies at a glance. See Conferences.

Coaching Reports

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Accreditation Hub

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Press Releases

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Events update

Events included in Coaching at Work. See Events

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Reports

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?

You can view this and other reports here

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Coach Listing

Coach Listing

Coaching at Work subscribers who are members of coaching related professional bodies which have representatives on our Editorial Advisory Board or have a reciprocal relationship with Coaching at Work magazine, can promote their coaching, mentoring and coaching psychology services on our public coach listing. Coaches would also need to hold appropriate insurance.

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