Entries by Coaching at Work

REFLECTIONS: MY MARKERS IN THE SAND

Organisations that buy coaching to support staff well-being, may find the culture is hostile to its success. How can coaches work with that tension? By Lindsay Wittenberg More and more of my clients are showing up stressed (to the point of being signed off work), pressured to a degree that leaves some of them feeling […]

A FORCE FOR GOOD. A PROFILE OF KATHERINE CHOWDRY

Katherine Chowdry has always championed coaching in her roles at British Transport Police. Through restructure, a sideways move, budget restrictions and her conversion to Islam, her passion did not waver, and now her efforts are bearing fruit. Liz Hall reports When British Transport Police (BTP)’s HR department was restructured and relocated from London in 2010 […]

ARE YOU GDPR READY?

Make sure your data policy is in place soon, because doing nothing isn’t an option. Jonathan Passmore and Kevin Rogers offer tips on complying with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), in force since May Coaches setting up a business often focus more on coaching process, skills or coach accreditation than they do on business […]

NEF: TALENT LAUNCHER

Coaching is key to the success of the work of the New Entrepreneurs Foundation, a not-for-profit which ‘incubates’ entrepreneurs. Linda Aspey reports The UK economy has been edging towards a healthy state – employment is at its highest since 1971 and wages are on the increase. This is due largely to the hard work of the […]

THE FOURTH REVOLUTION

In the first of a series of further articles examining coaching and technology, Adina Tarry highlights the importance of taking an ethical perspective as technology becomes more widespread and sophisticated. Part 1: ethics and technology must shake hands but can they, and what has this got to do with coaches? In the past three years I’ve […]