Labelling boundaries

A note of caution regarding coaches referring on to psychologists, stating that it is important to understand the boundaries between the two practices and what exactly is being offered in the name of psychology Pauline Willis Codes of practice developed to support the...

Follow the leader

Considers the role of coaching in helping leaders to become more effective. Research results offer coaching suggestions to help aspiring leaders develop their capabilities Rob Goffee and Gareth Jones One self-insight. Some of the hardest challenges as a leader is to...

A case for clarity

Outlines seven key steps to consider when designing an international coaching programme David Clutterbuck Many strongly than ever at a coaching and mentoring programme has foundered because it did not take into account international cultural differences. And one issue...

In the blend

A research project finds that a blend of internal coaching and manager-coaching is the most effective way to deliver coaching. Illustrates with two short case studies Shaun Lincoln The secret’s in the mix when it comes to internal coaching. While it is true that using...

A rock and a hard case

Two experts give advice on a hypothetical coaching situation A senior executive close to retirement has been thrown into the top job of a troubled company looking for a safe pair of hands. How can he balance re-trenchment against hostile shareholders? Tim has risen...

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