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NEW ACADEMY TO PROMOTE COACHING PSYCHOLOGY

An academy has been launched to promote the research and practice of coaching psychology. The National Academy of Coaching Psychology (NACP) will undertake research and provide practice supervision for coaching psychologists in training and those engaging in CPD. With...

PLANS FOR RACE EQUITY CHARTER

A host of representatives from professional coaching and coaching psychology bodies have agreed to explore the possibility of collaboration to produce a charter for race equity in coaching. The possibility emerged at the fourth meeting of a roundtable hosted by...

A NOSE FOR TRUTH: PROFILE OF IAN MITCHELL

Ian Mitchell works with leaders who want to ‘up their game’ by transforming themselves and their capabilities. It’s a role he takes seriously – but he makes sure he’s keeps his own participation as light as possible. Liz Hall reports   Before we start the...

OPINION: CLIMATE CRISIS – LET’S LOOK UP

As we come to the third annual Coaching at Work Climate Action Day, how can more coaches make more of an impact? Linda Aspey considers this in the first of a regular column on the climate crisis   Well that went quickly, didn’t it? Three years ago only a minority...

REFLECTIONS: THE EXERCISE OF POWER

Lindsay Wittenberg As I write this, the UK’s political leadership is going through an exposure of its behaviours, raising many questions around integrity and capability, and provoking my curiosity about the relationship of these behaviours to the exercise of power....

OPINION – SUPERVISION: YOUR GATEWAY

For those who still haven’t embraced coaching supervision, it offers many benefits, including helping you flourish and grow, says Lorenza Clifford   Each year, as more people take up coaching, more coaches take up coaching supervision. The primary initial...