The third Climate Coaching Action Day takes place on 3 March 2022 This initiative was launched in 2020 by Coaching at Work, but although we mark it, too, it was always intended to be an invitation for others to embrace, as have organisations, including the Climate...
Women now hold the majority of non-executive board roles for the first time, data shows, but men still hold most of the executive director positions. The 2021 UK Spencer Stuart Board Index – a review of governance practice in the FTSE 150 on 30 April 2021, excluding...
Where are we individually, and our organisations, in the many polarities at play, including individual vs collective, conservative vs progressive, global vs local? This question was posed by Psychosynthesis Coaching’s Aubyn Howard to open the 3rd International...
In 2020-21, more than 800,000 people in the UK experienced work-related stress, anxiety or depression – half of all work-related illness – and 451,000 were newly reported, according to a report from the Health and Safety Executive. Women aged 25-34 were most likely to...
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