Letters from readers – Vol 5, Issue 2

Insider dealing Katharine St John-Brooks’ article, ‘Moral Support’(vol 5, issue 1) was an interesting perspective on the challenges of being an internal coach. Having operated as both an internal and external coach, I agree that the ethical dilemmas faced by internal...

Crowd pleaser

The story of the Coaches in Government Network is a lesson in what can be done when practitioners get together. Ken Smith, its founder and co-ordinator, shares the tale of its success One afternoon in 2006, after coaching a client who clearly experienced something...

Solaglas is clear ICF winner

ICF Prism Awards 2009 Glass replacement and installation expert Solaglas has won an award for a coaching initiative for frontline managers that reaped a 490 per cent return on investment (ROI). The award-winning initiative also saved the business £797,000 in...

Seoul Man

by Paul Jeong Coaching in Korea has risen from little more than a forced trend to a real and very promising movement. I came to Korea from the US in 1998 to start a coaching company. It was hard to introduce professional coaching here, even though I saw such a great...

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