Stresses the importance of the first coaching session, giving tips for coaches to ensure that the coaching relationship will be successful Eyal Pavell You will never have a second chance to make the first coaching meeting successful. Get it right and it’s half the work done. But get it wrong and the chances are you […]
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Explains what to look out for when choosing an executive coach, including a list of possible questions to ask them. Also suggests the possible benefits to an organisation of executive coaching
How to Coach Executives Successfully
Tips on how to select a coach
CIPD members give their views on what are the key attributes of a good coach
Explains how coaching was used to help senior leaders through the major changes that followed Shell’s merger of eight separate businesses into one. Coaching will now be offered more widely throughout the company.
The authors comment on the meaning of supervision of coaches, and on its importance
Describes a mentoring scheme designed to help young schoolboys from ethnic minority backgrounds achieve academic success
Examines whether coaching in the workplace can reduce stress levels.
Describes how United Utilities have successfully developed a coaching programme involving in-house part-time coaches rather than bringing in external coaches
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