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TROUBLESHOOTER: HERE’S MY OPINION

The chair of an organisation feels her CEO is not responding to coaching. The coach, against protocol, gives advice to both, which is followed. Wrong move? The issue Mary is an executive coach working with a CEO who is under pressure from the supervisory board of her company. Mary has had a triangular meeting at […]

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BEHIND THE MASK

In this age of high exposure, what does it mean to be authentic in a workplace context, and what then does this mean for the coaching profession? Neil Tomalin shares his research What rules now apply to the sharing of personal information in the workplace? How should we do it and what should we say? […]

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AN ARTIFICIAL REALITY

Coaching is becoming democratised and our tech is enabling it. Could digital coaches eventually replace human ones? Carol Braddick discusses an alternative future Since the coaching boom of the early 00s, our ‘coaching heroes’ working in HR, talent and L&D have picked their organisation’s spot on the governance spectrum: laissez faire or tight central management? […]

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COACHING AT WORK AWARD WINNERS 2017

PRESS RELEASE – 11 July 2017 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE A host of movers and shakers received accolades for their contributions to the coaching profession, at this year’s Coaching at Work Awards.   The awards were announced by editor Liz Hall at a ceremony at the end of the annual Coaching at Work conference in London on 5 July, […]

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FLOWER POWER

From seed to fruit – Edwina Love-Lawrence’s garden is nourishing both herself and her practice   Several years ago, I was lucky enough to attend a workshop run by Aboodi Shabi, during which we explored the question: “What do you long for?” At the time, I did some personal work around this, alongside incorporating the […]

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SPECIAL REPORT: COACHING IN A CRISIS – PART 1 – WORKING WITH MENTAL HEALTH ISSUES

In this series of articles to mark UK Mental Health Awareness Week on 8-14 May, we look at supporting individuals and organisations in challenging times. Part 1: Is a blanket refusal to work with coaching clients with mental health issues tenable? By Liz Pick and Liz Hall Many people with mental health issues fail to […]

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AICTP conference: Magdalena Bak-Maier on Teaching minds to feel and hearts to think

Transformation, integration and healing were among the aims of heart and mind connection exercises offered by Magdalena Bak-Maier at the Association of Integrative Coach Therapist Professionals’ inaugural conference on 21 January. Dr Bak-Maier invited delegates to experience heart and mind connection exercises she uses to facilitate transformation (lasting shifts in behaviour); integration (greater internal alignment […]

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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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HOW TO… SUPPORT THOSE RETURNING TO WORK AFTER LONG-TERM SICK LEAVE

An employee who has experienced serious ill-health, whether physical or mental, needs time and understanding at work. Wellness coaching effectively supports such transitions, says Jackie Arnold In our volatile and unpredictable world there is a great deal of pressure put on individuals to always be at the top of their game. However, as many coaches know, […]

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