Our Vision

Coaching at Work is more than just a magazine.

Our vision is:

  • to provide independent up-to-date information and opinion
  • to help shape the emerging profession of coaching and mentoring
  • to act as a voice for the global coaching & mentoring community, campaigning for change where necessary
  • to act as a bridge between the different sections of the community
  • to foster debate
  • to engage and entertain through high-quality offerings

What we offer:

The glossy magazine is published six times a year and is available in both printed and electronic versions

  • High quality editorial overseen by award-winning editor and coach Liz Hall and an illustrious international editorial advisory board
  • Access to articles since 2005
  • A monthly e-newsletter
  • A quarterly mentoring e-newsletter
  • Coaching at Work events, including sell-out conferences
  • A global Coach List where subscribers can register their services and which allows them to use the exclusive logo on their website. And buyers can search providers by specialties and geographical location
  • Regular online news updates and other online content
  • Social media: a growing international community of readers through Twitter and (with) lively discussion threads on the Coaching at   Work website and related Linkedin site
  • Online polls
  • The chance to access useful Continuing Professional Development (CPD) by reading and reflecting upon our articles
  • An international public listing of coaches who are members of recognised professional bodies
  • An active LinkedIn group with thousands of members from all over the world


Every issue is packed with coaching and mentoring news and features, case studies, opinion from leading thinkers, humour, and research. We carry out our own research, sometimes joining forces with the main professional bodies including the Association for Coaching, the European Mentoring and Coaching Council and the International Coach Federation. Past survey topics have included ageism, meaning and purpose, making a difference, poor practice and hot topics for the coming year.

We’re going from strength to strength. Following our management buy-out in 2009 (although the editor has been with us since the launch in 2005), we are now independent ( although we). We still have the support of our previous owner, the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development, as well as of the other main coaching and mentoring professional bodies – Association for Coaching, Association for Professional Executive Coaching and Supervision, British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy Coaching Division, British Psychological Society’s Special Group in Coaching Psychology, European Mentoring and Coaching Council, International Coach Federation and the International Society for Coaching Psychology – and many other bodies across the globe- all of which have representatives on the magazine’s editorial advisory board.

Join us on our journey

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