In the latest in our series of columns looking at coaching and mentoring-related research, Lis Merrick explores whether the gender of our clients is relevant in the coaching dialogue – and whether we should we coach to it

Social science research, popular myths, fairy tales, films and any number of psychological studies suggest men and women develop and behave differently. Putting media gender stereotypes to one side, there do seem to be core differences between men and women. Beginning with the ground-breaking work of psychologist Carol Gilligan1,...

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