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AICTP conference: Nash Popovic on the why, how and what of integration

The trend in therapy is towards integrative approaches, and in coaching the question is not if we should integrate practice but what and how, suggested Nash Popovic in his keynote at the Association for Integrative Coach Therapist Professionals’ inaugural conference on 21 January Popovic leads the MSc Applied Positive Psychology and Coaching Psychology at University […]

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FCC PUBLISHES GUIDANCE DOCUMENT ON ORGANISATIONAL PROFESSIONAL COACHING

Buyers and suppliers of coaching now have a comprehensive guide to help them define, articulate, purchase and deliver high calibre professional executive coaching in organisations. By Liz Hall Future of Coaching Collaboration (FCC), a multi-stakeholder group comprising volunteers from corporates, professional bodies, academia, research bodies and Coaching at Work, has produced a guidance document setting […]

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FCC PUBLISHES GUIDANCE DOCUMENT ON ORGANISATIONAL PROFESSIONAL COACHING

PRESS RELEASE – 15 March 2017 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Buyers and suppliers of coaching now have a comprehensive guide to help them define, articulate, purchase and deliver high calibre professional executive coaching in organisations. Future of Coaching Collaboration (FCC), a multi-stakeholder group comprising volunteers from corporates, professional bodies, academia, research bodies and Coaching at Work, has produced a guidance […]

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COMPASSION, AWE AND GRATITUDE: REFLECTIONS FROM TWO U.S. CONFERENCES

Coach and doctor Linda Miller reports from the annual Institute of Coaching (IOC) conference on Coaching in Leadership and Healthcare (Harvard Medical School, McLean Hospital and Institute of Coaching), 16-17 September, 2016, and the International Conference on Physician Health (ICPH), (American Medical Association, Canadian Medical Association and British Medical Association) on 18-20 September, 2016 Compassion, […]

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ENGAGING WITH EMENTORING

Universities are increasingly supporting students through mentoring and technology, helping them gear up for employment and encouraging diversity in the workplace, reports Sophie Hurst Young people entering the world of work today have different expectations than earlier entrants. They are more used to technology and multitasking and they want interaction. Yet some things haven’t changed. […]

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VOLUME 12

ISSUE 1 ISSUE 2 View this publication on CalaméoPublish at Calaméo or browse the library.   VOLUME 11 VOLUME 10 VOLUME 9 VOLUME 8 VOLUME 7 VOLUME 6 VOLUME 5 VOLUME 4 VOLUME 3 VOLUME 2 VOLUME 1

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RESILIENCE FOR PEAK PERFORMANCE

Juan Coto, leadership business coach and mental trainer for elite athletes, shares with us how resilience is the key to peak performance and a training framework to become more resilient Peak performance is a term traditionally used in the elite sporting arena which is used more and more in the business world. Peak performance is […]

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Reviews

BOOKS Coaching for Health: Why It Works and How To Do It Jenny Rogers and Arti Maini Open University Press/McGraw-Hill 978 03352 6230 4 4 out of 5 In Coaching for Health, the authors offer the exciting prospect of improving healthcare practitioner outcomes using coaching approaches. Healthcare practitioners ought to be able to do a […]

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COACHING AT WORK ANNUAL CONFERENCE 2016 MAINTAINING MOMENTUM: COACHING AND MENTORING IN A VUCA WORLD

AT THE SELL-OUT CONFERENCE ON 6 JULY IN LONDON, THE VERY APT AND CURRENT THEME OF VUCA (VOLATILE, UNCERTAIN, COMPLEX & AMBIGUOUS) WAS EXPLORED IN RELATION TO COACHING AND MENTORING PRACTICE. KEYNOTE SPEAKERS WERE HETTY EINZIG, ANTHONY KASOZI AND A SURPRISE KEYNOTE TO ROUND OFF THE DAY FROM SUZY GREEN. THE COACHING AT WORK AWARD […]

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