SHIFT WORK LINKED TO HEART DISEASE

Working shifts increases a person’s risk of developing ischaemic heart disease, with every year in this working pattern causing a 1% rise in the risk, according to a large study published in the journal, Occupational Medicine. The research is the largest ever study...

STUDY HELPS DEFINE TEAM COACHING

Research from two business schools and a management school in the UK has shed light on how to define team coaching, which although becoming more popular has suffered from a lack of distinction from other team interventions. Rebecca Jones from Henley Business School,...

HELP FOR TALKING HELPERS

Are boundary definitions preventing coach therapists from offering their clients the best possible interventions? Kate McGuire reports   Why do we do what we do as coaches and therapists? What is the best way of doing our work to achieve our purpose? What enables...

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