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What coaching is not

It’s fine by me if people are a bit unsure about coaching as their development option. It does not upset me in the slightest if a future coachee confesses to a level of hesitancy or even cynicism. To be so open is welcome. It’s a data point. We can work with it. We can look…

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Exploring Values for Work and Life Fulfilment

Values awareness in the workplace serves as a powerful tool for personal and professional development, influencing motivation, decision-making, resilience, communication, and overall satisfaction in life.

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In-house coaches

The Challenges Faced by In-House Coaches

Explore the key challenges that in-house coaches face in these areas and some tips and advice on how to overcome them.

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coaching

Getting the Most Out of Your Business Coach

Business leaders must actively work to get the most out of their business coaching experience, and we explore six ways to effectively maximise your sessions and see significant results in your organisation.

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imposter syndrome

Conquering Imposter Syndrome as an Executive Coach

Even as an executive coach - someone who is looked upon to guide high-achieving professionals - imposter syndrome can be an unwelcome guest, whispering doubts and fears into your ear despite your accomplishments and expertise. Discover strategies to

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access to coaching

Expanding Access to Coaches: The Power of Democratisation

Explore the democratisation of coaching and why coaching needs to be accessible to more employees.

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