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RESEARCH MATTERS: COACHING IN THE UNDERGRADUATE BUSINESS SCHOOL CURRICULUM

Dr Ioanna Iordanou, senior lecturer HRM (Coaching and Mentoring), Oxford Brookes University, discusses the potential benefits of incorporating the study and practice of coaching in undergraduate business education The increasing cost – both financial and emotional – of a university degree has shifted higher education students’ priorities towards networking and personal branding. As a result, […]

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CLOSING THE ARABIAN GULF

Coaching in the Middle East is growing in both scale and quality and its key base is in the United Arab Emirates. Paul Cochrane reports from Beirut   The professional coaching sector is booming in the Middle East. Over the past decade the region has become increasingly interconnected in the global business system, and has […]

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RESEARCH MATTERS: WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO ‘BECOME’ A COACH?

The coaching industry continues to establish an identity, so how do those training to be a coach understand their own process of becoming? Coaching practitioner Liam Moore and Juliette Koning of Oxford Brookes University, examine the research As the coaching industry has grown, so has the number of people training to be a coach. However, […]

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FAMILY DYNAMIX

Case Study: Child Dynamix  Coaching is helping Child Dynamix deliver on its core strategic objectives, improving relationships, accountability and, importantly, funding. Jan Brause, from the family charity’s partner and coaching provider, Community Performance Partnership, charts its journey By Jan Brause   Charity Child Dynamix works with children, young people and their families to help them […]

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VOLUME 11

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

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HOW TO… COACH TO END WELL, PART 1

By Sheila Udall So many people end their time in their employment with a feeling of unfinished business. Supported transitions are usually only offered at a senior level, yet when employers help all their staff to ‘end well’, it benefits every stakeholder. Coaching has a vital role to play in making this happen In researching […]

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VOLUME 10

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

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GROUP EFFORT

Internal coaches are in a unique position to bring their experience to bear in groups, supporting dynamic and truthful conversations that lead to organisational change, says Sara Hope As internal coaching becomes more embedded in many organisations, sponsors are increasingly looking for ways of capitalising on the value of employing a cadre of internal coaches. […]

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Eye on the prize: Hidden treasures

In this regular column, Sara Hope explores internal coaching. This issue: Hidden treasures When we set up internal coaching programmes, how much do we open our eyes to the wider benefits for the organisation and the system in which we work? What outcomes do we imagine are possible? These questions are crucial to help build […]

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My safe space

By Sarah Hope. In the second in a series of columns on internal coaching/mentoring, Sara Hope reflects on the support of internal coaches through supervision and mentoring When I was first introduced to the concept of coaching supervision as an internal coach 10 years ago, my initial response was quiet suspicion. Why did I need […]

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