The EMCC UK has launched a new podcast series on internal coaching supervision. Hosted by Katharine St John-Brooks and Jeremy Gomm, the series explores different models of internal coaching supervision across the public and private sectors, including at Barclays and...
Clare Norman and Steve Ridgley share what they’ve learned from two years of recording a podcast “Hello, dear listeners. This is Clare Norman and Steve, Lifting the Lid on Coaching Supervision once again.” That’s how we start each of the episodes of our...
Katherine Long speaks to Coaching at Work editor Liz Hall Katherine Long is an experienced leadership and organisation development practitioner and supervisor, and teaches regenerative principles via Wisdom of Self-Healing Systems and other bespoke programmes. In...
Podcast: Zoe Cohen speaks to Coaching at Work on Climate Coaching Action Day, 3 March 2022 In this podcast for Climate Coaching Action Day 2022, Zoe Cohen speaks to Coaching at Work’s Molly Hall. Zoe is an executive coach, team coach, coach supervisor and carbon...
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