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MARTIAL MOVES

David Brown, personal coach and Aikido instructor, shares how he brings about embodied transformation in coaching, including drawing from Aikido, archetypes and meditation I’m a personal coach and I’m also an Aikido instructor. For more than 20 years, I’ve worked with clients to help them embody confidence, express themselves authentically and embrace transformation so they […]

ROAD TEST: TAKING THE MIDDLE COURSE

Coaching at Work road tests Middle Circle® for Teams, a digital app to help measure a team’s effectiveness What is it? Middle Circle® for Teams is a digital app tool designed to be used by coaches when coaching teams. Based on quantitative university research, it provides a robust and granular measure of a team’s effectiveness. […]

MENTORING: THE DREAM INTERNSHIP

In this column we explore how to design effective mentoring to support intern programmes. Lis Merrick reports The internship market is changing. Entry-level jobs have been turned by some employers into internships with no paid holiday or benefits and are sometimes totally unpaid as well. In some fields, unpaid internships can turn into paid internships. […]

IT’S A FUNNY OLD WORLD

In this column, we provoke fresh thinking and round up some of the weird, wonderful, quirky, surprising – and shocking – stories out there Sexual healing It’s time to stop ignoring sex in the context of wellbeing, say psychologists at George Mason University, who’ve discovered that engaging in sexual activity one day increases wellbeing the […]

Coaching at Work conference 2018 – Working with and learning from the younger generations – Lindsay Wittenberg, Victoria Niroomand-Rad and guests

By Molly Hall One unusual session at the Coaching at Work annual conference on 4 July saw coaches, young female students and their teacher come together in a lively exploration of assumptions different generations hold about one another, potential differences and common ground between the generations, and offered coaches a chance to try out coaching […]

FCC LAUNCHES ‘GO-TO’ ONLINE KNOWLEDGE PORTAL

The multi-stakeholder group, the Future of Coaching Collaboration (FCC), has launched a website designed specifically to enable anyone involved in developing original knowledge in coaching to share links to the activities and projects that contribute to the development of the knowledge base of coaching.   The aim is for the website to be the ‘go-to’ place […]

HENLEY: MANY COACHES STILL NOT READY FOR GDPR

Despite widespread press coverage about the implications of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) coming into force in May, and the hefty potential fines which might be incurred for non-compliance, many coaches remain confused about what they should be doing to comply. The days leading up to the deadline for compliance – 25 May – […]

UK ICF DELEGATES TOLD: INNOVATE FOR ‘A NEW ERA’

UK ICF conference, 7 May, London By Britt MacFarlane Coaches need to be pioneers and explorers in the world of coaching, innovating and exploring new methodologies that will form the basis of the profession’s next evolution, urged Hetty Einzig during her keynote: Coaching for a better future and respons-able leadership. The theme of this year’s UK […]