Entries by Coaching at Work

Conference Material 2018

Conference Programme – 4th July 2018 Chrome browser users and anyone experiencing issues when viewing the PDFs, please right click on the link and select ‘save link as’ to view the PDF on your device.  In Safari right click and select ‘download linked file’. Firefox browser users do not normally encounter any difficulty viewing the […]

FCC LAUNCHES ‘GO-TO’ ONLINE KNOWLEDGE PORTAL

The multi-stakeholder group, the Future of Coaching Collaboration (FCC), has launched a website designed specifically to enable anyone involved in developing original knowledge in coaching to share links to the activities and projects that contribute to the development of the knowledge base of coaching.   The aim is for the website to be the ‘go-to’ place […]

HENLEY: MANY COACHES STILL NOT READY FOR GDPR

Despite widespread press coverage about the implications of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) coming into force in May, and the hefty potential fines which might be incurred for non-compliance, many coaches remain confused about what they should be doing to comply. The days leading up to the deadline for compliance – 25 May – […]

UK ICF DELEGATES TOLD: INNOVATE FOR ‘A NEW ERA’

UK ICF conference, 7 May, London By Britt MacFarlane Coaches need to be pioneers and explorers in the world of coaching, innovating and exploring new methodologies that will form the basis of the profession’s next evolution, urged Hetty Einzig during her keynote: Coaching for a better future and respons-able leadership. The theme of this year’s UK […]

SURVEY: ONLY 28% OF COACHES TAKE CPD COACHING

EMCC 24th annual conference, Amsterdam, 11-13 April 2018 While coaches believe it’s important as a coach to be coached, not many are investing in coaching as part of their CPD, suggests a survey of 80 coaches. Eighty per cent of coaches responding to a survey carried out by Paul Stokes and Lis Merrick felt it […]

NEW LEADERS NEED BETTER ONBOARDING SUPPORT

EMCC 24th annual conference, Amsterdam, 11-13 April 2018 Executives and organisations are underestimating the challenges inherent in leadership transitions and are failing to prepare and plan enough for these, warned Tim Bright. “Sink or swim leadership transitions are not good enough,” said Turkey-based Bright in his session on onboarding: Coaching for the first 90 days […]

ERSHAD FRAMEWORK DEVELOPED FOR ISLAMIC CULTURE

EMCC 24th annual conference, Amsterdam, 11-13 April 2018 The GROW model is not fully fit for purpose in the Islamic world because of its focus on goals and because it’s not sufficiently focused on creating the right partnership conditions at the outset. These were among the conclusions of Kuwait-based Raja’a Allaho and London-based Christian van […]

BUSINESSES STILL NOT EMBRACING DIVERSITY AT WORK

EMCC 24th annual conference, amsterdam, 11-13 April 2018 By Liz Hall Businesses aren’t making the most of diversity because they view it through a limited collection of lenses, such as demographics, aren’t focusing on inclusivity enough and are failing to address conscious bias, suggested David Ringwood and Maria Brown. Despite many organisations becoming more diverse […]

TECH MODELS WILL TURN INDUSTRY ‘UPSIDE DOWN’

EMCC 24TH ANNUAL CONFERENCE, AMSTERDAM, 11-13 APRIL 2018 In the next decade, we will need new organisational and work models as technology dissolves most of work as we know it, said Ruud Rikhof. Too many models are based on how things were – including hierarchy – rather than how they are: inter-connected. Increasingly, work will […]

REVIEW: BECAUSE YOU CAN BY GILL SMITH

Because You Can by Gill Smith Richard Painter, Print Resources ISBN: 978 15272 1483 5 5 out of 5 stars The subtitle of the book sums it up beautifully: Living and Dying with CANcer on Your Own Terms. This is a book that anyone could (and should) read, because it is about courage and using […]