The Case for Coaching

Describes the increased use being made of coaching by law firms, with a list of bullet points noting advantages of coaching to them. Includes three brief case studies Kate Hilpern & Liz Hall The sceptical, highly pressured legal profession needs coaching more than...

Nursing ambitions

Julie Carrington describes her role in promoting learning at the Royal College of Nursing and recalls the lessons she learned at the BBC which have proved useful in her new role Sarah-Jane North Moving from the BBC to the Royal College of Nursing may seem an unusual...

Outside call

Explains how BT revamped its executive coaching scheme. Describes the problems faced and the progress made to date Colin Cottell EXECUTIVE COACHINGWhen a review showed across-the-board failings in how BT coached its executives, the company responded swiftly with a...

Point of impact

Discusses when critical moments occur in a coaching session, and how these can lead to stronger relationships with the client and helped facilitate change Erik de Haan COACHING CRITICAL MOMENTS How should coaches deal with turning points in coaching sessions? Erik de...

Open your mind

Discusses how creative thinking can improve the bottom line and the part that coaching can play in encouraging this. Includes three short case study examples Karen Higginbottom When coaching unleashes the creativity in employees, even the bottom line benefits. But the...

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