Counting the cost

How coaches behaved in the credit crunch isn’t just a matter for personal reflection – coaching is young enough for our reactions to have affected the whole profession. It’s time to get our house in order, says John Blakey  At the start of 2009, I was reading Coaching at Work when I came across reflections by Peter Hawkins, chairman of Bath Consultancy Group on the credit crunch crisis and the role of coaching among it. He said: “What were the executive coaches doing while the banks were burning?” The question really hit home. For days...

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