Highlights of the November/December 2018 issue of the
• Radical honesty: Corporate coach and Zen Buddhist chaplain Claire Genkai Breeze wants
leaders to challenge the status quo and lead a purposeful work life – from the inside out. Interview by Liz Hall
• Coaching supervision – special report: A three-part examination on why we need more good
supervisors; responding to ethical dilemmas, and a new 'lock-in' weekend designed to boost your CPD
• The extra mile: Is the team you're coaching dysfunctional? Or could it be an 'extra-dependent team'?
David Kesby offers guidelines
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