Highlights of the Sept/Oct 2019 issue of the magazine

Coaching at Work Awards 2019: All the winners and those highly commended
announced at the reception following the annual conference
Peter Welch – a profile: Co-founder of the Association of Coach Supervisors on his
latest multi-agency venture - ethical guidelines for coaching supervisors
Believe me: Are coaches today’s ‘snake oil’ merchants? Coaching continues to
operate on limited evidence, but it’s time this changed, argue Andrew J T George and
Jonathan Passmore

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