Viewpoint; Help or harm?

by Sarah Dale Does coaching work? Should we use hard evidence or our own judgment to tell us if it’s good? Or is client feedback enough? As an occupational psychologist who coaches, I was pleased to attend discussions about the evidence for coaching effectiveness at...

The Skeptic: Innovation or scam?

The skeptic is a new column by David Clutterbuck, which looks at the “legitimacy” of non-mainstream coaching approaches. This issue we take the example of Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT), and ask, must evidence-based coaching approaches always be our measure of...

Profile: Professor Paul Brown

The limbic leader Neuroscience expert Professor Paul Brown speaks his mind, and it’s our minds he’s passionate about. He tells Liz Hall why the neurobiology of behaviour is the future of coaching With Paul Brown’s penchant for challenging the status quo, it seems...

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