Highlights of the March/April 18
issue of the magazine
• This Woman's Work: Hetty Einzig wants to reinstate feminine values at work, but it's no step backwards.
She talks to Liz Hall about the #MeToo campaign and the future of coaching.
• Reflections on integrity – the APPEAR model: Jonathan Passmore and Eve Turner on how their ethical
decision-making tool offers guidance for coaches and their supervisors
• SPECIAL REPORT – Dream teams: Team coaching is on the rise. But is it all adoption rather
than adaptation? And who is leading the demand? Liz Hall reports
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Growing numbers of forward-thinking businesses are turning to coaches and mentors to develop their female employees, as the business community is rocked by yet more damning revelations of widespread sexual discrimination and harassment at work. Liz Hall Leadership coaches Hetty Einzig and Eunice Aquilina are among those reporting a rise in the number of organisations […]
How can we be more creative and innovative in the coaching and mentoring industry? By collaborating and building communities within the profession and seeking inspiration from outside it, according to a group of thought leaders and seasoned practitioners quizzed by Coaching at Work. Lis Merrick, EMCC UK president, said, “By increasing the amount of collaboration […]
Coaches and mentors fostering resilience in clients will soon benefit from wisdom gleaned from a record-breaking rowing team. Henley Business School has partnered with British team Heads Together and Row, who in December 2018 will take on the 3,000-mile Talisker Whisky Atlantic Challenge, a world famous rowing race from the Canary Islands to Antigua. As […]
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