REFLECTIONS

THE REAL MESSAGE LINDSAY WITTENBERG When coaching new clients, beware of making subconscious assumptions about them that may be hidden from all parties In the space of five days recently I had first coaching sessions with seven new clients. One came almost rushing in...

Three Minutes to Midnight

A series of columns on our role in tackling the complicated economic, environmental and social challenges we face. It is a place to question, offer, share, explore, challenge, dissent, celebrate, reflect, learn and enjoy CAN GLOBAL CHALLENGES BE A GIFT FOR COACHING?...

CONVERSATION STOPPER

How we talk to each other can change people and organisations, say Emily Cosgrove and Sara Hope. Adopting a coaching approach to conversations can bring a fundamental shift in mindset that is already at the heart of internal coaching Nick Clegg, the UK’s deputy prime...

PILLARS OF SUPPORT

There is surprising new evidence on what is useful about coaching supervision, says Alison Hodge. Based on the latest doctoral research, we may need to review how we approach supervision and what coaches require to remain ‘fit for purpose’ In 2008, I sat in the garden...

EVEN THE ODDS

Alexandra Robbins said that ‘The Geeks Shall Inherit the Earth’. But how do you coach someone with a brain the size of a planet, if emotional intelligence is lacking? Sally Moore reveals how neurodiversity can help Have you ever been asked to coach someone who is...

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