In the nick of time

Describes a mentoring programme aimed at prisoners with dyslexia Kate Hilpern Jackie Hewitt-Main’s experience of mentoring was so life-changing that she began mentoring dyslexic prisoners. Now, even the guards are on the waiting list. Who said you can’t teach an old...

Initiating Change

Two coaches give answers to a theoretical coaching question Margaret Kett The problem A CEO-backed company-wide initiative would almost certainly improve its bottom line. But how can this senior manager steer a path between dissenters and his own entrenched views?...

Turkish Delights

Describes the rapid advance made by coaching and mentoring in Turkey over the last five years Lloyd Denton Letter from Istanbul How have coaching and mentoring become so firmly established in a country where five years ago even the terms themselves posed a linguistic...

Enabling Success

Describes the shift towards proactive coaching – ie coaching for success. Adrian Starkey Proactive coaching can mean the difference between success and mere improvement. The key, as with most things, is timing Coaching skills are fundamental to a leader’s...

How would you define coaching

Various experts offer their personal definition of what coaching means to them Various For this issue we asked a number of coaches to come up with their own definition of what it means to coach. Their answers throw light on the difficulty of pinning down such a...

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