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Personal and Organizational Coaching: Is there a Bridge?

Personal and Organizational Coaching: Is there a Bridge?

Bill Carrier May 2, 2017 0

During the 1970s, Paul Simon wrote a song about the “bridge over troubled waters.” There are obviously many kinds of troubled waters in our world today—some swirling around in our personal lives and others

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The Terrain of Personal and Life Coaching

The Terrain of Personal and Life Coaching

Bill Carrier June 23, 2016 0

This is the first of two connected issues on coaching.  We have written about the “terrain” of coaching and the various charted and uncharted parts of our profession, encouraging continued exploration and explanation of

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The Book Shelf: Measuring the Success of Coaching

The Book Shelf: Measuring the Success of Coaching

Bill Carrier July 23, 2015 1

The book we offer in this quarter’s Bookshelf is the strongest and most comprehensive take on ROI in coaching we’ve seen, from the application to the theory

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Coaching in the Professions: Challenges and Culture

Coaching in the Professions: Challenges and Culture

Bill Carrier April 14, 2015 0

In this issue of The Future of Coaching, we look at coaching in the professions

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“Here Be Dragons”: Exploring the Terrain of Professional Coaching Research

“Here Be Dragons”: Exploring the Terrain of Professional Coaching Research

Bill Carrier June 24, 2014 0

In this first of two issues on the systematic effort to document coaching, we’ll address research in and about coaching both historically and conceptually

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Lew Stern Interview: Research on Professional Coaching

Lew Stern Interview: Research on Professional Coaching

Bill Carrier June 24, 2014 0

Interview Conducted by Bill Carrier Bill Carrier:  Lew, thank you again for investing some of your time and talking about the research that you’ve done, and your experience and insight on research in general. 

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