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By Gladeana McMahon and Antoinette Oglethorpe This second article in the series identifies the decisions you need to make about whether your coaching practice will be full-
A new, occasional column, in which readers share tried and tested tools they’ve invented or adapted. This issue, Eve Turner shares her lift analogy. Looking out, not looking
By Gladeana Mcmahon and Antoinette Oglethorpe This is the first in a series of articles aimed at helping coaches deal with the variety of factors associated with setting up
By BARBARA ST.CLAIRE-OSTWALD Like any other generational group, Gen Y is uniquely shaped by its historical context. It is only by understanding, respecting and addressing
Coaching at Work road-tests the Diversity Awareness Ladder One step at a time 1 The tool What is it? Created by David Clutterbuck, the Diversity Awareness Ladder helps clients
Coaching at Work road-tests the personality-based assessment tool Risk-Type CompassTM It’s what you make it. The tool What is it? The Risk-Type Compass™ is a personality-based
Aboodi Shabi Life is full of possibilities, but what if your client disagrees? Is it your job to ‘fix’ them? Or is it more productive to ‘meet’ them in their stuckness? A
By SARAH DALE AND HALEY LANCASTER Most people understand that money can’t buy you happiness. In fact, beneath most presenting issues in a coaching session is a drive to
Continuing our series looking at coaching tools and techniques, Coaching at Work road-tests the photoVoyage process THE WOW! FACTOR photoVoyage is a process that combines
By Magdalena Bak-Maier All too often clients waste time and energy on activities that weigh them down. But how do we make the best use of our time when time is so limited?