Our latest issue: a selection of four articles below
PROFILE OF ANNE HATHAWAY – GENTLY DOES IT
Anne Hathaway has faced so many personal challenges she feels she has a PhD from the university of life. Yet she has always bounced back, as a leading pioneer of Nancy Kline’s Time to Think, working with the Thinking Environment to bring about transformation in her coaching Read more
DIVERSITY – THE NEW NORMAL
Why does the coaching profession struggle to encompass diversity, why should we care, and what can we do? In this two-part report we examine how we can embrace diversity in our coaching practices.
Part 1: Setting the scene. Pointers for why we should act and how, including case studies, by Rajvinder Kaur Uppal
Part 2: Why does the profession struggle to embrace diversity? What else might it do to bring about a shift? David Clutterbuck reports Read more
COACHING AT WORK AWARDS 2018: THE RESULTS
Our annual Coaching at Work Awards took place in London on 4 July following our conference. The Awards acknowledged and celebrated both well-established and more recent contributions to the profession. Liz Hall reports Read more
TECH: THREAT OR OPPORTUNITY
In part 2 of her two-part series examining coaching and technology, Adina Tarry highlights the importance of taking an ethical perspective as technology becomes more widespread and sophisticated.
This issue: Coaching and technology: revolution or co-evolution? Read more
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