Highlights of the January/February
issue of the magazine
• Woman of the people: Develop employees to develop a business, says
executive coach Heather Cooper, chief people officer of Hargreaves Lansdown.
• Help or hindrance?: Louise Sheppard shares her 3-part research on coaching
supervision. Part 1: how supervisees inhibit and enable their supervision
• The Art in mentoring: Carmelina Lawton Smith on how the Oxfordshire Youth
Arts Partnership on promoting innovation among young creatives
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Moral support All rights reserved. © 2010, Coaching at Work. This article, Moral Support, by Katherine St John-Brookes, was first published in Coaching at Work, Vol 5, Issue 1, 2010. Embedding this webpage needs written permission of the publisher. To flick virtually through the article please click on the upward and downward arrows at the top […]
The coaching profession still has a long way to go when it comes to ethics, highlights a large-scale Europe-wide study. The State of Play in European Coaching & Mentoring was commissioned by the EMCC and sponsored by Henley Centre for Coaching. Some 2,791 participants were included, from 45 European countries. The research was undertaken by […]
Focusing on strengths rather than weaknesses is more likely to boost performance, according to research from the CIPD. The findings of the research with the UK Civil Service won’t come as a surprise to advocates of a strengths-based approach, but as Jonny Gifford, senior research adviser for organisational behaviour at the CIPD, said, “The strengths-based […]
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