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Coaching at Work November e-newsletter

Welcome When our body and mind work pretty much as we wish them to, we tend to take it for granted. When they don’t, we can easily fall into seeing them as an adversary, piling frustration and anger upon what is already a challenging situation. Separating us in here from our ‘badly-behaving’ body or mind […]

Coaching at Work October e-newsletter

Welcome I’m not one personally for taking to the high seas but it was hard not to get caught up in the buzz in Alicante port in recent weeks. The nine-month Volvo Ocean Race, the toughest race in professional sailing, started in Alicante on 11 October, with various in-port races in the lead-up. One of […]

Coaching at Work September e-newsletter

Welcome Here in Spain where I’m writing this, summer is most definitely not over yet. It’s hot, hot, hot, (35 degrees, real feel 36 degrees).  However, there’s still a post-holiday, back-to-school but not-quite-ready-yet feeling. It’s a feeling I know lots of you are also experiencing, given some of the conversations I’ve been having. But slowly, […]

Welcome to the August 2014 issue of the newsletter

If you haven’t yet read the winning articles from this year’s Coaching at Work awards, you can do so below (see Stop press.) And you can read our awards report in this issue- see News Online (also published in the September issue of the magazine). Hold this date! The date for the next annual Coaching […]

Welcome to the July 2014 issue of the newsletter

  It was wonderful to see so many of you at our annual Coaching at Work conference on 2 July- as usual, a real buzz, lots of interesting speakers including our surprise speaker Anthony Grant from Australia. At the conference, we announced the winners of this year’s Coaching at Work awards- see Stop Press.Thanks again […]

Welcome to the June 2014 issue of the newsletter

      Many more of you are considering doing a coaching masters programme and there is much more choice out there. Should you take the plunge? And if so, which one should you go for? Read our special report (see Highlights).  Less than a month to go until our annual conference, we’re getting very excited! […]

Welcome to the May 2014 issue of the newsletter

      We’ve finalised a fabulous line-up for this year’s Coaching at Work conference on 2 July in London’s Bloomsbury quarter. See our programme here.Network Rail, Samsung and Royal Mencap Society are among the case studies we’re featuring and other sessions will feature case study material presented by clients too. Also new to the […]

Welcome to the April 2014 issue of the newsletter

  Spring has sprung in the Western hemisphere and it’s a good time to do some spring-cleaning of internal initiatives. Lis Merrick has some tips on how (see her latest mentoring column in Highlights).To coincide with World Health Day on 7 April, a European psychologists’ body underlined the importance of changing behaviour in improving health. […]

Welcome to the March 2014 issue of the newsletter

COACHING AT WORK ANNUAL CONFERENCE 2 JULY 2014 All systems go: holistic, forward-thinking best practice in coaching and mentoring. This year, we’ve chosen to attend to the systemic, the holistic, and to take a forward-thinking perspective at the Coaching at Work annual conference. Once again, we’ll be offering delegates all the hallmarks of our successful conferences: […]