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Highlights of the March/April 2017
issue of the magazine

The one that got away: Occupational psychologist, coach and supervisor,
Margaret Chapman-Clarke tells Liz Hall how her love of learning keeps her one step
ahead of the game
Rising Fortunes: Wang Fangquing reports on the growing demand for coaching in
China in an increasingly sophisticated and competitive market
A waste of our time?: Do ROI evaluations of coaching really achieve anything?
Willem Jan Hofmans details an alternative framework

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