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In this section you will find articles discussing a variety of case studies that are relevant to coaching. This section includes case studies on results based coaching, risk management and conflict management. If you have articles that include case studies to submit, please visit the article submission page and follow the guidelines there. If you wish to sponsor this category, please visit the sponsor page. Thank you, and enjoy!



朋友, Where’s My Car?

朋友, Where’s My Car?

George Levy April 17, 2013 0

As vehicle ownership in developing economies like China begins to approach Western levels, the world’s known oil reserves will disappear, a crisis that demands the application of collective intelligence on a global scale

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Lies and Our Odd Relationship with Truth

Lies and Our Odd Relationship with Truth

Tom Atlee April 17, 2013 0

There is a lot of attention right now on the US government lying to We the People, probably with intention to mislead. In some circles there is also dismay (and cynicism) at the ability

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Space, Migration and Saving the Humans Species: Collective Intelligence of Business as Usual?

Space, Migration and Saving the Humans Species: Collective Intelligence of Business as Usual?

George Robinson April 16, 2013 0

Without a new paradigm for the use of Collective Intelligence, NASA will die along with the entrepreneurial wherewithal to formulate a constructive, effective, politically and economically acceptable alternative designed to meet the changing environment.

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Can Coaching Help Education?

Can Coaching Help Education?

Himani Tyagi August 24, 2012 8

The idea of teachers being coaches to the students, although not new, stuck me as a fabu1lous concept. As coaches, we see lives transform, perspectives shift, confusions dissolve and clarity emerge as clients discover

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Avalon and Glastonbury: The Merlin Factor

Avalon and Glastonbury: The Merlin Factor

Charles Smith July 11, 2012 0

Merlin's power comes from the ability to see both sides fully -- to hold opposites in the mind with equal attention. This takes commitment and practice, and is as much about physical realities

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Traffic Management and Business Performance: A White Paper

Traffic Management and Business Performance: A White Paper

Ian Prosser July 9, 2012 1

A Dutch traffic engineer's notion was that if all the controls and systems were removed, people would have to make decisions. They would actually have to “connect” with other road users

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Coaching and Multi-Source Feedback

Coaching and Multi-Source Feedback

William Bergquist June 8, 2012 0

Though it is plagued with many problems, multi-source 360° Feedback processes for appraising the performance of employees are currently receiving extensive attention in corporate life

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The Hero’s Journey: A Case Study

The Hero’s Journey: A Case Study

Lynelle Tyler April 26, 2012 0

In this essay I explore the potential healing power of mythology and its use as a professional coaching tool. The twelve stages of the “Hero’s Journey”, as set forth by Joseph Campbell, will provide

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A Perfect Paradox

A Perfect Paradox

Charles Smith April 25, 2012 0

My Doctor says that results are dangerous. I was aware of so many peoples’ lives in companies, agencies, communities and families drowning in real and failed expectations of results

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Foster and Instill Behavior Changes in Regulatory Risk Environment

Foster and Instill Behavior Changes in Regulatory Risk Environment

Andrew Boddice March 20, 2012 0

Working with the Bank’s change programme team and their advisors KPMG, the assignment was to ensure that the Bank became regulatory complaint within Regulator agreed timescales

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