Working wonders

Career coaching was born out of clients’ desire to talk about their work and where they were heading. And despite the economic downturn of recent years, it’s still a rewarding exercise, both for client and coach, says Steve Crabb   You might think that the five...

We are the world

Coaching on UNICEF’s global leadership programme requires curiosity, and the ability to embrace diversity and adopt multiple perspectives. Rachel Ellison reports A Kenyan accountant posted to Kabul. A Bangladeshi, married to a Mexican, working in New York. A South...

Raising the bar

The legal profession is undergoing far-reaching and intense change and challenge. Hard-pressed law firms are turning to coaching, reports lawyer and coach Penny Owston Lawyers have a certain reputation, there is no escaping that. The top reasons for dating a lawyer...

Further guidance

Further guidance In the last issue, Erik de Haan and Michael Carroll argued that no amount of preparation can ready coaches for some tricky situations – there really are often no hard and fast answers. However, by considering real-life ethical dilemmas in the abstract...