Our latest issue: a selection of four articles below
PROFILE OF HETTY EINZIG – THIS WOMAN’S WORK
Hetty Einzig wants to reinstate feminine values at work, but it’s far from a step backwards. She talks to Liz Hall about her ideas for the future of coaching, her Jewish cultural heritage and how the #MeToo campaign is changing the workplace Read more
SPECIAL REPORT: DREAM TEAMS
Team coaching is on the rise. But is it all adoption rather than adaptation? And who is leading the demand – coaches or their clients? In this indepth report, Liz Hall examines the state of play in team coaching applications Read more
FEAR, POWER AND LEARNING
In part two of our three-part series, Louise Sheppard shares her research on the supervisee perspective in coaching supervision, which has implications for all involved. Part 2: providing supervisee-led supervision Read more
REFLECTIONS ON INTEGRITY: THE APPEAR MODEL
Jonathan Passmore and Eve Turner offer a practical, ethical decision-making framework, APPEAR, as a tool for use by coaches and their supervisors to help guide practitioners through ethical dilemmas in their work and to develop ethical awareness Read more
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