This series explores coaching and race consciousness. This issue: connecting our selves – exploring race as coaches. Debbie Wayth, Preeta Cooley and Tammy Tawadros report In the latest in this series, three coaches reflect on their experience of creating,...
We can no longer accept a lack of cultural diversity in coaches, says Salma Shah, in response to Rita Symons’ article on racism in a recent issue of the magazine Having read – and agreed with – Rita Symons’ recent article in Coaching at Work (July/August, p15) about...
The #BlackLivesMatter movement has cast under the spotlight the role of ‘ally’ in the fight against racism. What more can we do as coaches, mentors and coaching supervisors, and the profession, to be allies? Understanding that systemic racism goes beyond police...
Positive psychology is “a movement to make the world a better place” and Positive Psychology Coaching (PPC) is “more relevant than ever because the future is so uncertain, and it’s helpful to support people to think about how they’re going to engage in the future,”...
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