How can we create teams and business environments that are open to coaching? We asked three people currently looking at this in their settings

By Alister Scott and Neil Scotton

In these times of complexity and rapid change, it’s vital for organisations to be adaptable, reflective and open to the perspectives and intelligence of others – which sounds a bit like being coachable. If you’re reading this you will almost certainly have seen aspects of coachability: humility, openness, learning, purpose, courage. We spoke with three...

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