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conference roundup: coaching and mentoring at work annual conference, 2 july, london

  One Leadership: do we leave legacy or debris? Neil Scotton and Alister Scott explored the potential contribution of working with legacy in leadership coaching, at the conference. “Whether we like it or not, we’re leaving a legacy. Do we leave one we want or debris behind us?” asked Scott. Scotton defined legacy as: “After the words and actions, it’s the ongoing impact it has on people and the planet as seen and defined by others.” He said legacy as a concept has the “power to move people from me to we, I to us…we as an interdependent world”, which […]

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Conference roundup: Coaching and mentoring at work annual conference

Gale: Australia health care is ‘goaled to death’ By Ros Soulsby Working as a health coach with clients who have diagnosed health conditions requires more than just coaching skills, warned Australia-based health psychologist and coach Janette Gale. “(This work) requires the health coach to have a sound knowledge of the evidence-based clinical guidelines for managing each condition and the ability to balance medical duty of care with the patient’s right to choose their own course of action,” said Gale. Australia has health insurance funding for health interventions and every state in the country, except one, has a telephone coaching programme. […]

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