GENERATION ME

GENERATION ME

Generalising and coaching in terms of generations is nonsensical and discriminatory. Better to be informed by lifespan development research, and treat each client as an individual, argues Bob Garvey It seems that a lot of attention is being given to the millennial...

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...

MILLENNIALS AT WORK

Millennials will form half of the global workforce by 2020. Understanding how to engage them is a must, but many employers are missing a trick when it comes to doing so through coaching and mentoring, suggests research. Carola Hieker and Harshada Topale report  ...