Coaching at Work e-newsletter — May 2010

Welcome to the May issue of the newsletter Should we as coaches be leveraging our coaching assignments to save the world? Should we be holding our clients accountable for their actions in terms of how they impact their team, their organisation, the planet, the universe? Some would argue that there is no greater calling than […]

Sticky business

Coaches need to acknowledge the importance of the relationship in their practice- Bowlby’s attachment theory has resonance for both coach and client, suggested Bill Critchley. By Elaine Robinson Sharing Ashridge’s relational approach to coaching at the European Mentoring & Coaching Council UK’s annual conference on 5-7 May, executive coach and organisation consultant Critchley highlighted how […]