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IT’S A FUNNY OLD WORLD

In this column, we provoke fresh thinking and round up some of the weird, wonderful, quirky, surprising – and shocking – stories out there   It’s a dog’s world Could combining coaching with walking canine friends be the next hot thing? Given that coaching so very often follows in the footsteps of therapy, this is […]

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Coaching ‘ideal tool’ for adopters

Coaching firm Talking Talent has launched a coaching programme to help staff during the adoption process, plus their line managers. The programme is in response to the UK government’s reform on adoption to speed up the process. The coaching focuses on how to communicate adoption plans to the boss, colleagues and suppliers; work handovers; managing, […]

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Senior women ‘holding back’

Women who aspire to reach the boardroom are less likely than their male counterparts to be offered coaching by their employers. Stepping into a new leadership role was the most common reason for organisations to sponsor both senior men and women for coaching (59 per cent of women; 46 per cent of men), according to […]

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Welcome to the February 2012 issue of the newsletter

Welcome to the February 2012 issue of the newsletter Coaching at Work has launched a campaign to help increase the amount of high quality health and wellbeing coaching. As part of our Coaching for Health campaign, we’re running lots of editorial including our trends report in the March issue, and on health coaching approaches in […]

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Talent will out

Businesses across Europe are neglecting talent management, according to research from the Boston Consulting Group and the European Association for People Management. The research found that two-thirds of businesses have no “systematic or strategic approach” to recruitment, retention or career development. A study carried out by Scottish Widows discovered that 77 per cent of companies […]

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