Ready, set, goal

In this two-part report, we take a look at research on coaches working with assigned goals, and hear from thought leaders David Clutterbuck and David Megginson on goal setting. In part 1, Katherine Cowan discusses working with assigned goals, and asks: Whose agenda is...

Right on target

Part 2: Goal setting and goal management are much more complex than typically perceived by coaches, clients or organisational sponsors – and this is one of the core themes from a new book, Beyond Goals. Two of the book’s editors, Professors David Clutterbuck and David...

Don’t forget yourself

The many ways we communicate and process information are gathering in speed and complexity, but can our bodies and minds keep up? Claire Genkai Breeze is finding that many of her executive clients are overwhelmed by hyper-regulation It’s Friday night and I’m heading...

Dark destroyer

Dead projects cast long shadows, argue Paul Brown and Brenda Hales. This two-part series examines the place of fear and trust in coaching, particularly within complex project management settings. Part 2: Drawing on applied neurosciences to help leaders work with...

Toolbox: No news is good news

Coaching at Work road-tests Havening Amygdala Depotentiation Technique (ADT) 1 The tool What is it? Havening Amygdala Depotentiation Technique (ADT) is a psychosensory therapeutic technique developed by Paul McKenna in the UK, and Dr Ron Ruden in the US. It can be...