Wake-up call

A local authority finance director wants a coaching programme for his reports. He is keen on the process and feels his team would benefit, but is unaware of how negative they are feeling Paul is a lively, ambitious 50-year-old finance director in a metropolitan local...

Survey: Coaching still growing

Against the backdrop of public sector cuts, bail-outs and general economic strife, it comes as little surprise that many of you (42 per cent) identified demonstrating value for money (VFM) as a key priority for 2011.Or that a number of you (11 per cent) highlight...

The best of health

When the NHS Institute decided to invest in supervision for its internal coaching it turned to Peter Hawkins of Bath Consultancy Group. Liz Hall finds out how the Seven Eyed Model has both enhanced coaching skills and saved money too Investing in internal coach...

Balancing act

How should we ‘manage’ internal coaches, as they juggle the demands of a day job with the challenges of a new role? Supervision may well be the only answer, say Alison Fletcher and Liz Macann Internal coaching has become a cost-effective way of widening...

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