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STUDY HELPS DEFINE TEAM COACHING

Research from two business schools and a management school in the UK has shed light on how to define team coaching, which although becoming more popular has suffered from a lack of distinction from other team interventions. Rebecca Jones from Henley Business School, Uwe Napiersky from Aston Business School and Joanne Lyubovnikova from University of Liverpool […]

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Conference roundup: Henley annual coaching conference

News conference roundup Henley annual coaching conference: Minds, Brains and Well-being, 28 June, Henley How do top bosses maintain their momentum? Leaders need to find ways to get recognition and feedback, manage boredom and create challenge for themselves, if they are to find the energy to sustain momentum and motivation, said Jeanette Cowley. Cowley, partner […]

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News: Neuroscience research paper roundup

The four key requirements for bringing about neuronal change in the brain are focused attention; repetition and practice; a good relationship between coach and client, and coaching processes that both parties believe in, according to research presented at the Henley Coaching conference. Kitty Chisholm was one of three graduates from Henley’s MSc in Coaching and […]

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News: Why do your clients trust you?

HENLEY ANNUAL COACHING CONFERENCE, HENLEY BUSINESS SCHOOL, 22 JUNE, 2012 Why do your clients trust you? By Kate McGuire The importance of trust in coaching relationships was a hot topic at the Henley Coaching conference on 22 June. Malcolm Higgs, professor of organisation behaviour at Southampton University’s School of Management, and an external examiner for […]

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