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Ethical dilemma Some 63 per cent of managers in the UK have been expected to behave unethically at work, according to a survey of more than 1,000 managers by the Institute of Leadership and Management and Business in the Community. Ten per cent of respondents report...

UEL launches coaching/counselling PGC

The University of East London (UEL) is launching what it believes to be the first postgraduate programme in the world to integrate counselling and coaching. Dr Nash Popovic, senior lecturer at UEL, said the university was launching this programme to meet “considerable...

News: conference round-up

Association for Coaching (AC) Ireland International conference, 25-26 April, belfast Coaching empowers at Irish electricity board The Electricity Supply Board (ESB)’s coaching strategy is “unashamedly about business performance”, said David O’Brien. “If you’re not...

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