In this new occasional series, Sam Isaacson explores technology and coaching. This issue: Ascending to the summit – technology and the future of coaching Picture the readers of this magazine walking together in a large group across the countryside. Just ahead...
Coach robots indistinguishable from humans, widespread use of virtual reality (VR) headsets enabling more realistic virtual meetings, and the use of non-fungible tokens (NFTs) for coaching programmes: this is some of what’s coming down the line, according to Sam...
What are the implications of technology for supervision? Sam Isaacson reports in the latest Association of Coaching Supervisors column Technology is creeping into every corner of the coaching profession. It’s enhancing client outcomes, disrupting how we’ve...
How can we use technology to make coaching even more extraordinary, asks self-professed nerd, Sam Isaacson? Which brain hemisphere is most closely aligned to an interest in technology? At first glance, that seems obvious. The left brain is a nerd, obsessed with...
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