Assessments: not so obvious

Assessments: not so obvious By Jennifer Liston-Smith It’s not what people tell you, but what they cannot tell you that matters in assessment, revealedAdrian Furnham. “We need to go beyond the obvious to explore the underlying concepts,” said Professor Furnham,...

Mentoring Diversity

PART THREE : MENTORING DIVERSITY Disability is increasingly important in business diversity. David Clutterbuck reveals the core issues for mentors One of my most emotive recollections of mentoring is taking part in a Civil Service programme for disabled staff. One of...

Asset management

ASSET MANAGEMENT Why should disability be a problem when you coach the ‘whole’ person? Surely it’s just another phase in the continuum of life? CoachBarbara Asimakopoulou and client Katerina Hurd report Business coaches are ideally placed to be equal partners to...

Troubleshooter

IS IT ON THE CARDS? A coach at a global organisation has discovered that his client, who wants promotion, is heading towards a disciplinary. However, his boss hasn’t told him this. Can supervision help the coach find clarity? A large multinational engineering company...

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