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Change Driver: Nicki Hickson, EY’s former director of coaching, is taking on an
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Trial effects: Erik de Haan, Sally Bonneywell and Sue Gammons report on what’s
thought to be the largest ever RCT of a corporate coaching programme
Climate crisis – we are not OK: How do you coach your clients to function ethically
in the face of our disintegrating climate and ecology? Dr Alison Whybrow reports
on regenerative coaching

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