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Rosinski rewarded Prof. Phillippe Rosinski has received the Global Training & Development Leadership Award at the World HRD Congress 2017 (in Mumbai, India – 133 countries represented). See: http://bit.ly/2s3i0gy   ICF Prism finalists The ICF 2017 International Prism Award finalists are: The Ann and John Doerr Institute for New Leaders at Rice University (USA); Automotive […]

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NEWS IN BRIEF: MARCH/APRIL 2017

Survey: can you help? The ISCP International Centre for Coaching Psychology Research is undertaking research into coaching and coaching psychology practice. If you are a coach please consider completing the Coaching Survey: http://bit.ly/2lcVZHD If you are a coaching psychologist or a psychologist who coaches please consider completing the Coaching Psychology Survey: http://bit.ly/2kbjjFz   Signs of […]

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Accreditation Forum The Coaching at Work-led Accreditation Forum met on 18 February to discuss progress on increasing clarity around accreditation to help coaching buyers and sponsors. The professional coaching bodies are currently preparing documents tabling their different accreditation requirements, criteria and approaches. Three of the bodies – the International Coach Federation, the Association for Coaching […]

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Work shy Shy employees may be missing out on promotions because they’re not pushing for them, suggests research commissioned by Stagecoach Theatre Arts School. The study found many workers believe they have failed to climb the career ladder or earn a pay rise because of a lack of confidence, according to Digital Hub. The study […]

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Under pressure Workers in the UK believe middle managers and junior level staff are under more pressure than CEOs and senior executives, according to a study of more than 1,500 UK employees. The study, by OnePoll for consultancy Lane4, found that 48 per cent of workers feel under pressure at work while two-fifths feel they’re […]

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Entrepreneurial e-mentoring Irja Leppisaari from Finland and Kari Korpelainen from Estonia co-presented on how e-mentoring models can be used in entrepreneurship education, linking business experts and higher education (HE) students and teachers. The research was based on pilots in the Central Ostrobothnia University of Applied Sciences (COU) in Finland and Tallinn University (TLU) in Estonia. […]

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News in brief: Merger news

Award-winning executive coaching and mentoring organisations The RBP Group and Harty Roberts have merged, creating Accelerating Experience, offering mentoring, coaching and business advice. Mike Taylor, managing director, said: “Our two organisations comprised business people who understand what it takes to achieve lasting business success, achieving enduring impact with our clients. Together we strengthen our core […]

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News in brief: Stress busters

Work-related stress is the most common reason that employers seek occupational health advice, according to statistics compiled by the UK’s Department for Work and Pensions (DWP). An analysis by Legal & General of reasons for calling the government’s pilot Occupational Health Advice Lines found that stress, followed by back pain and depression, was the most […]

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News in brief: Manager-coaches feel benefits in Indian firm

Clients are not the only ones to derive direct and indirect benefits from internal coaching – manager-coaches do, too. Research carried out in a large state-owned oil and gas exploration company in India, with more than 15,000 regular employees, found that working as internal coaches helps managers improve interpersonal skills, listening capability, work-life balance and […]

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BT coaches young apprentices BT plans to repeat a three-month training and remote coaching programme for young apprentices, following a successful pilot. The programme focused on leadership, mental resilience, confidence and communication skills. The coaching was provided by social enterprise In Sync, according to the report in People Management. For each employee taking part, In Sync’s […]

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