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SHERPA: ‘NEWBIE’ COACH EARNINGS AT ALL-TIME HIGH

Rookie coaches’ hourly rates have skyrocketed, finds a survey of more than 700 executive coaches and other professionals from around 65 countries. Coaches with up to two years’ experience are earning an all-time high of $295 USD per hour, nearly $100 per hour more than just two years ago, according to respondents to Sherpa’s 14th […]

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ALEXA, WHERE’S MY JOB? 1.5M ROLES FACE AUTOMATION

Around 1.5 million people in England are at high risk of losing their job to automation – and women are most at risk – according to the Office for National Statistics (ONS). The ONS analysed the roles of 20 million people and concluded 7.4% of these were at risk of being automated and potentially replaced […]

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COACHING AT WORK 2019 AWARDS: HAVE YOUR SAY

Preparations for this year’s Coaching at Work awards are underway, and once again we’d love to hear your thoughts as to who deserves to win. The categories, and criteria, are: Internal Coaching/Mentoring Champion Championing coaching/mentoring within their organisation Raising standards and innovating within their organisation But also external-facing, contributing beyond the organisation to the wider […]

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“PAY IT FORWARD”, URGES MARSHALL GOLDSMITH

A group of 35 senior business coaches from around the world were treated to a day interacting with celebrated business coach Dr Marshall Goldsmith at Henley Business School’s Centre for Coaching in March. One of Goldsmith’s recent ventures provides free coaching to 100 leading American coaches, on the proviso that they then do the same. […]

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UK LEADERS NEED NEW MINDSET FOR THE LONG TERM

Business leaders in the UK do not feel prepared to lead through future challenges like artificial intelligence and political volatility, according to research by management consultancy, Lane4. More than three-quarters (79%) of leaders agree that senior leaders in their organisation will need to adopt a different mindset for their business to succeed in the future. […]

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CIPD URGES EMPLOYERS TO OFFER MORE MENOPAUSE SUPPORT

Three out of five (59%) working women between the ages of 45 and 55 who are experiencing menopause symptoms say it has a negative impact on them at work, according to the CIPD. It’s urging employers to break the workplace taboo on the topic and offer more support, ranging from having a desk fan to […]

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SHIFT WORK LINKED TO HEART DISEASE

Working shifts increases a person’s risk of developing ischaemic heart disease, with every year in this working pattern causing a 1% rise in the risk, according to a large study published in the journal, Occupational Medicine. The research is the largest ever study focusing on the risk of ischaemic heart disease in shift workers. Researchers […]

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STUDY HELPS DEFINE TEAM COACHING

Research from two business schools and a management school in the UK has shed light on how to define team coaching, which although becoming more popular has suffered from a lack of distinction from other team interventions. Rebecca Jones from Henley Business School, Uwe Napiersky from Aston Business School and Joanne Lyubovnikova from University of Liverpool […]

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HELP FOR TALKING HELPERS

Are boundary definitions preventing coach therapists from offering their clients the best possible interventions? Kate McGuire reports   Why do we do what we do as coaches and therapists? What is the best way of doing our work to achieve our purpose? What enables us and what gets in the way? At the AICTP conference […]

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