The value of being Proactive

Describes how one company has introduced a value-based pricing structure for its coaching studies Proactive Style has launched value-based pricing for its coaching impact and evaluation studies. Director Clive Johnson has adopted an approach common in North America: customers pay a small proportion of the value (usually the savings) they can recognise from an evaluation’s […]

Settle down now

Reports that more people want to carry on working or learn a new skill rather than retire One-in-three 45-65 year olds want to carry on working or learn a new skill, says a new report. One in 20 would like to launch a new business when they retire. Standard Life’s Death of Retirement research carried […]

Mentoring tops school report

Explains how mentoring has been used to improve schools administration in Australia The practice of mentoring boosts performance in school administrative staff, according to research in Australia. Improvements were seen in generic competencies, office and administration, financial management, and teacher and student support. The report by Patrick van Esch assesses workplace performance against job description […]

‘De-escalate and reflect’ – de Haan

Coaches have an urgent role to play in helping people understand, de-escalate and reflect on conflict Liz Hall Speaking at the EMCC UK conference, de Haan said coaches are well-placed to help people understand conflict and unleash the potential for learning embedded in it. Now we are increasingly part of a global community, our conflicts […]