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FCC: WHAT’S NEXT

It’s coaching but not as we know it. Participants at the Future of Coaching Collaboration (FCC) Group’s roundtable on disruptive technology share further thoughts and highlight next steps   The coaching market just got a lot more crowded. In addition to the usual flood of new coaches, coach supervisors and coach trainers, we’re seeing more […]

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AGE MATTERS

“I don’t want to be coached by my mother.” How might generational differences have an impact on coach supervision? Peter Duffell and Natalia de Estevan-Ubeda report   Generational differences are becoming increasingly relevant across society. Our research examines which differences are prevalent, and how they may show up in coach supervision.   Research To help […]

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A WOMAN OF INFLUENCE

Coaching boosts women’s legitimacy to lead in male-dominated workplaces and could have a pivotal role in shifting to gender parity. Kate Oldridge reports   It will take more than 200 years for women to have the same pay and employment opportunities as men by current trends, according to the World Economic Forum (2018). However, this […]

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PULL TOGETHER

‘Pairs coaching’ may be just what’s needed to support executive leaders to navigate and enhance relationships within extreme uncertainty and complexity, argue Baz Hartnell and Lucy Ball     Today’s senior leaders increasingly make huge decisions collectively about complex problems with no known answers. This requires a deeper understanding of relationships with peers and subordinates and […]

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OUR EVER-CHANGING MOODS

Figure 1     While much quantitative research anchors the effectiveness of coaching in behaviour, a review of qualitative research highlights the importance of emotions too. Tünde Erdös shares her holistic model for working with a wider range of factors in coaching   Much current thinking on what constitutes good coaching practice assumes coaching is […]

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LOCKED-IN LEARNING: SUPERVISION SPECIAL REPORT

Struggling to meet the requirements for coach accreditation or feel you’ve lost your edge? Clare Norman reports on a ‘lock-in’ weekend retreat she’s developed to boost CPD   Does the following describe where you’re at? It’s been some time since you attended your original coach training. You fear you’ve lost your razor sharpness, but you […]

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WELL PRESERVED

It’s coming up to ‘bletting’ season – a process of softening fruits such as medlars. It’s a process Jane Steward is very familiar with, having moved from banking to executive coaching to jam making. But she still makes Time to Think. Rachel Ellison MBE reports   In some traditions, it’s said you shouldn’t cook if […]

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FEAR, POWER AND LEARNING

In this three-part series, Louise Sheppard shares her research on the supervisee perspective in coaching supervision, which has implications for all involved. Part 2: providing supervisee-led supervision   Following on from the first in our series last issue on how supervisees can get the most from coaching supervision, here we argue that supervisors need to […]

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REFLECTIONS ON INTEGRITY – THE APPEAR MODEL

Jonathan Passmore and Eve Turner offer a practical, ethical decision-making framework, APPEAR, as a tool for use by coaches and their supervisors to help guide practitioners through ethical dilemmas in their work and to develop ethical awareness So how much is it worth to your business to win this coaching contract with our organisation?” This […]

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GO HUG YOURSELF

Rachel Ellison reports on how the Danish concept of hygge – living with ease – is going global and what working with it might look like in a coaching context Scented candles, logs on the fire, fluffy hot water bottle covers and cashmere socks. Think autumn colours: orange, gold, burnt ochre, deep cocoa. You may […]

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