Our latest issue: a selection of four articles below
CHANGE DRIVER: A PROFILE OF NICKI HICKSON
‘Courageous, experimental and passionate’ – Nicki Hickson, EY’s former director of coaching, is taking on an exciting global role, while successfully balancing career and parenthood. Liz Hall reports Read more
Randomised controlled trials (RCTs) – a rarity in coaching – can help build a compelling argument for executive coaching. Erik de Haan, Sally Bonneywell and Sue Gammons report on what’s thought to be the largest ever RCT of a corporate coaching programme. Read more
A BRAVE NEW LEAD
The future is here but what should we do with it, asks Martin Harder. A re-imagined leadership for the digital age is one which draws on a coaching style Read more
WE ARE NOT OK
How do you coach your clients to function ethically in the face of our disintegrating climate and ecology? Regenerative coaching is essential for a disrupted world, but how do we bring it into the room? Dr Alison Whybrow explains Read more
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