Top tips for….. establishing a quality coach/client relationship

Top tips for….. establishing a quality coach/client relationship 1. Be prepared for mixed feelings Coaches would do well to remember that a new client will almost always have some mixed feelings about meeting them and starting the coaching process. However keen the new client is to start work, the situation will often arouse some degree of anxiety (perhaps about being judged or criticised) and often a sense of discomfort at being in a ‘dependent’ position or a learning role. Sometimes there will be a feeling of shame or humiliation at needing the help of a coach. In cases where the […]

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Read a sample issue online Want to see what our magazine looks like? View a whole issue , see sample here Already subscribe? See the latest e-magazine issue here Our latest issue: a selection of four articles below.   PROFILE OF MARIA SYMEON – AN EXECUTIVE EDGE ‘Wait, watch, learn, engage.’ It’s a stance that has helped Maria Symeon get to the heart of the issue as coach, psychologist and OD specialist, both in her global work at PwC and now as she branches out on her own. Interview by Liz Hall Read more SEASONING YOUR WORK   Karyn Prentice uses the cycle […]


Report — Train to gain Our special report on coach training, Train to gain, looks at the overall trends in coach education and development in the UK- what’s on offer and where can you go to get it in a growing and often confusing market? You can view this and other reports here

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Coach Listing Coaching at Work subscribers who are members of coaching related professional bodies which have representatives on our Editorial Advisory Board or have a reciprocal relationship with Coaching at Work magazine, can promote their coaching, mentoring and coaching psychology services on our public coach listing. Coaches would also need to hold appropriate insurance. Would you like to be on the coaches list? If so click here Would you like to search for coaches? If so click here