Highlights of the March/April 2019 issue of the
• Digging for gold: Alison Hodge has a passion for learning, both for herself and her clients.
It’s at the heart of everything she does as an award-winning coach supervisor. Liz Hall reports
• Resilience – the next lamppost: ‘What’s it like to be dead?’ Ian Day, leadership coach
describes the greatest challenge he’s had to face and what he learnt from it
• Time for bed:Poor sleep can have a serious effect on memory and decision-making
in business. Coaches need to give their clients a wake-up call, says Vicki Culpin
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