Balancing work and home life is a challenge for most parents. So when three companies trialled Next Generation’s parent coaching, it was no surprise that the courses were inundated.
Coaching’s boundaries with therapy are starting to blur. Research reveals how coaches view psychotherapeutic interventions
Reviews two new books – on women in the boardroom, and on the philosophy and practice of coaching
So many choices, so little research. Should coaching set its compass by the lessons of therapy? A personal viewpoint from an executive coach.
Overview of coaching in Spain from the former president of the Coaching Association of Spain (Aecop).
Letters commenting on issues raised in the previous issue of Coaching at Work on the subjects of neuroscience and coaching and career coaching
How many times have you been faced with a client and felt crippled by your own ineptitude? In this series, Sam Humphrey looks at stereotypical clients and identifies the CPDs you can undertake to support your coaching mastery. This issue: C’mon and Coach Me
The ‘highly sensitive person’ is a distinct personality type that requires an understanding approach, says Vivien Whitaker of Sheffield Hallam University’s Coaching and Mentoring Research Unit
Meyler Campbell’s first annual survey asked business coaches a range of probing questions – from fees and motivation to age and status. Henry Marsden reveals the results
The final part of a humourous look at the difficult process of creating coaching cultures in the workplace.
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