Our latest issue: a selection of four articles below
RADICAL HONESTY: A PROFILE OF CLAIRE GENKAI BREEZE
Award-winning corporate coach and Zen Buddhist chaplain Claire Genkai Breeze wants to help leaders to challenge the status quo and lead a purposeful work life – from the inside out. She does this by living simply, out of the spotlight, she tells Liz Hall Read more
KEY INFLUENCER: SUPERVISION SPECIAL REPORT
We need more good supervisors, argues Erik de Haan. Why? Because it’s special work that it’s a privilege to be involved in. It throws a light on deep-set, often confidential, problems and helps brings solutions to the fore. Read more
It’s coming up to ‘bletting’ season – a process of softening fruits such as medlars. It’s a process Jane Steward is very familiar with, having moved from banking to executive coaching to jam making. But she still makes Time to Think. Rachel Ellison MBE reports Read more
THE REAL BUSINESS OF COACHING: TAKING CARE OF OUR OWN
I started writing this business column as a result of something I noticed in 2015. That summer I had been to several coaching conferences. Of the 50 or so keynotes, breakouts and workshops I could have attended, not one was concerned with the business of being a coach. Read more
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