Cultural sensitivity must be a ‘core competency’ in coaching

Research suggests that cross-cultural coaches have an openness that makes them more tolerant and aware of cultural differences
Liz Hall
Cross-cultural coaches tend to have openness and an ability to live with ambiguity that is ingrained from an early age, findings suggests. The research, by director of 10 Consulting, Jenny Plaister-Ten, for her master’s in coaching and mentoring practice at Oxford Brookes University, reinforces...

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