Letters Volume 3, Issue 3

Letters on various coaching issues CROSS-BORDER CONNECTIONS PDI’s recent research on global coaching trends (“Global dawning”, vol 3, issue 2) gives encouraging evidence that coaching is now firmly valued by organisations around the world. However, I wonder whether...

Port authority

Describes the slow but healthy growth of coaching in Portugal but notes that coaches need deep cultural knowledge to succeed. Andre Ribeiro Coaching in Portugal may still be in its infancy but it is healthy and thriving. In fact, it is very much in the growth phase,...

Dangerous Waters

Two coaches suggest possible solutions to a hypothetical question regarding discussing the problems of working with a difficult client within a coaching supervision group The problem Doris has been a member of a coaching supervision group for some months now. She...

Ripple Effect

Launch of the Coaching the Community campaign, looking at how coaches and mentors can use their skills and make a real difference in the wider world Liz Hall Enlightened self-interest; as the Dalai Lama calls the awareness that in helping others we help ourselves;...

Abbey Days

Profile of Caroline Curtis, Abbey’s head of talent. Describes how she took on the challenge of introducing a coaching culture at the bank Kate Hilpern Until recently, Abbey could have been seen as a company with a lot of heads but not so much heart. So says Caroline...

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