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HENLEY: MANY COACHES STILL NOT READY FOR GDPR

Despite widespread press coverage about the implications of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) coming into force in May, and the hefty potential fines which might be incurred for non-compliance, many coaches remain confused about what they should be doing to comply. The days leading up to the deadline for compliance – 25 May – […]

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ARE YOU GDPR READY?

Make sure your data policy is in place soon, because doing nothing isn’t an option. Jonathan Passmore and Kevin Rogers offer tips on complying with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), in force since May Coaches setting up a business often focus more on coaching process, skills or coach accreditation than they do on business […]

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THE TRUSTING KIND

Coaching supervision has a vital role to play in helping coaches navigate tricky ethical decision-making, yet global practice varies widely. Eve Turner and Jonathan Passmore examine the results of a global research project into supervisors’ practices when presented with difficult dilemmas A few years ago, one of the authors, Eve Turner, was asked for advice […]

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PASSMORE LAUNCHES EUROPE-WIDE COACHING STUDY

What is thought to be Europe’s largest and most ambitious coaching research project is underway, exploring attitudes to coaching and mentoring across the continent. The project, at Centre for Coaching & Behavioural Change, Henley Business School, UK, is led by Professor Jonathan Passmore, with support from EMCC, along with AC, ICF Global, APECS and ILM, […]

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Play your part

In a previous issue of Coaching at Work, Tatiana Bachkirova argued that supervision should be our professional conscience in practice and be non-mandatory. Experienced coach supervisor Nicola Haskins disagrees Not enough coaches are coming into supervision – and it’s something the industry is, rightly, concerned about. The recent explosive growth in supervisor training programmes and […]

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