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Meet your new coach
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Meet Your New Coach

Artificial Intelligence or AI is a reality. The smart devices connected to homes and businesses are beginning to impact the executive coaching industry. And the potential for misunderstanding AI is very real because of the human nature to go for the quick fix. Read all about it in our current […]

Ontological Coaching with mBraining
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Ontological Coaching with mBraining

Exploring changes to your way of being with mBraining By Dr. Suzanne Henwood and Grant Soosalu There are numerous forms of coaching available in our modern world, and many reasons why clients and organisations seek coaching support. Not all clients want to look deeply, beyond performance based issues and day to […]

The Heart of Diversity
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The Heart of Diversity

In this current article I’d like to explore the application of mBIT to the subject of diversity and how we can begin to honour and value the difference in us all. In previous WCM articles I’ve shared ideas and insights from mBIT (multiple Brain Integration Techniques) Coaching and how Neuroscience […]

The State of the Industry
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The State of the Industry

Key Takeaways from the 2016 ICF Global Coaching Study By Magdalena Mook, CEO and Executive Director, International Coach Federation.   In 2016, ICF commissioned its third global coaching study, conducted in partnership with PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP. The 2016 ICF Global Coaching Study is the most extensive and ambitious industry research project to […]

Coaching as a Profession.
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Coaching as a Profession.

Is it important for coaching to be considered a profession? Chris Baxter is tired of hearing the word “coach” tossed around as a workplace cliche. “People wouldn’t say at work, ‘I’m going to sit down with my staff and do some psychotherapy,’” says Baxter. But bosses often boast about being […]

Female Business leader standing in front of her team
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Managing a Coach Panel

While there are lots of good coaches around, there are a lot more, who are mediocre or worse. Few HR functions have the internal competence to assess coach competence, and standard methods of evaluation, such as client feedback, how very low validity – indeed, the level of challenge within a […]