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Culture and Challenge

Coaching and mentoring to challenge,
shift and embrace cultures

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Coaching at Work Annual Conference - 5th July 2017, London

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Highlights of the July/August 2017
issue of the magazine

Sporting behaviour: Keith Antoine coaches clients in both sports and business
arenas. It's a rare talent that benefits both professions. Liz Hall reports
Health coaching for the NHS: Alison Carter and Penny Newman
explore how health coaching is delivering cost savings and improving organisational culture
Brexit – two opinion: Alison Whybrow explores how to make sense of Brexit with
your clients, while a leadership coach explains why they voted to leave

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Coaching at Work runs a series of masterclasses throughout
the year on a range of topics. Still to come are:

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