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A FORCE FOR GOOD. A PROFILE OF KATHERINE CHOWDRY

Katherine Chowdry has always championed coaching in her roles at British Transport Police. Through restructure, a sideways move, budget restrictions and her conversion to Islam, her passion did not waver, and now her efforts are bearing fruit. Liz Hall reports When British Transport Police (BTP)’s HR department was restructured and relocated from London in 2010 […]

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YOUR INNER NEGOTIATOR: A PROFILE OF CHERIE CARTER-SCOTT

‘Mother of coaching’ Dr Chérie Carter-Scott, is a globally successful US coach, CEO of MMS Institute and a bestselling author endorsed by Oprah Winfrey. Yet it all began with a ‘premature life crisis’ when she was young, she tells Liz Hall Just as shamans are said to come to their calling through a personal crisis, […]

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THIS WOMAN’S WORK: A PROFILE OF HETTY EINZIG

Hetty Einzig wants to reinstate feminine values at work, but it’s far from a step backwards. She talks to Liz Hall about her ideas for the future of coaching, her Jewish cultural heritage and how the #MeToo campaign is changing the workplace Leadership coach, activist and author Hetty Einzig has become one of the go-to […]

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WOMAN OF THE PEOPLE – A PROFILE OF HEATHER COOPER

To develop a business you must also develop its employees, says Heather Cooper, chief people officer of financial services giant Hargreaves Lansdown. As an executive coach she is bringing new thinking to this vital role. Interview by Liz Hall Heather Cooper is possibly the first female executive coach in the UK to be made a […]

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PROFILE OF MARIA SYMEON – AN EXECUTIVE EDGE

‘Wait, watch, learn, engage.’ It’s a stance that has helped Maria Symeon get to the heart of the issue as coach, psychologist and OD specialist, both in her global work at PwC and now as she branches out on her own Award-winning coach, psychologist and OD specialist Maria Symeon can first come across as timid. […]

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PROFILE OF JUDIT ABRI VON BARTHELD: A PASSION TRANSLATED

Judit Ábri von Bartheld is Hungary’s only resident ICF MCC credentialled coach. It’s early days for coaching here, but Ábri von Bartheld’s drive and enthusiasm could help change that. Liz Hall reports When the pop band Queen and lead singer Freddie Mercury delighted their audience in Budapest 31 years ago with a powerful rendition of […]

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SPORTING BEHAVIOUR – A PROFILE OF KEITH ANTOINE

Keith Antoine is a rarity in the coaching world. As he prepares his athletes for the World Para Athletics Championships, he’ll be coaching business clients too. He explains to Liz Hall how having a foot in both camps benefits each discipline   This month (14-23 July) sees 1,300 athletes from 90 countries compete in the […]

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THE ONE THAT GOT AWAY. A PROFILE OF MARGARET CHAPMAN-CLARKE

Occupational psychologist, coach and supervisor, Margaret Chapman-Clarke’s love of learning has kept her one step ahead of the game, she tells Liz Hall   Margaret Chapman-Clarke has been described as a ‘quiet mover and shaker’. She’s often behind the scenes, observing, researching, integrating and, yes, shaking things up with insightful questions and innovations. A former […]

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PROFILE: GILL FENNINGS-MONKMAN – WORKING FOR JOY

Proudly working class and always striving, Gill Fennings-Monkman has turned adversity into positive energy, becoming chair of BACP Coaching and gaining an MBE along the way. She shares her journey with Liz Hall As a former professional dancer raised in a striving, working class family, hard work and discipline are core to outgoing British Association […]

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