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Book Shelf: Supervision in Coaching

Book Shelf: Supervision in Coaching

Vikki Brock November 5, 2015 0

Bottom-line – this is a valuable resource yet the title is suspect when the industry has not agreed upon a term for this activity.

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Supervision and Mentoring: A Distinction that is Arbitrary and Contrary?

Supervision and Mentoring: A Distinction that is Arbitrary and Contrary?

Marcia Reynolds November 5, 2015 0

The use of the words Supervision and Mentoring feel arbitrary and contrary to what we have been doing as ICF credentialed coaches/coach trainers as well as compared to the broader definitions out in the

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What is the soul of the ICF?

What is the soul of the ICF?

Jay Perry October 23, 2015 0

How do you see ICF today? I’m hopeful that within the organization there are people who are willing to push back, to ask questions, to challenge the status quo

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New Advances in Mentor Coaching Field: A Competencies Applied Model

New Advances in Mentor Coaching Field: A Competencies Applied Model

Damian Goldvarg October 23, 2015 1

The International Coach Federation (ICF) developed standards to assure that coaching training programs follow guidelines such as providing mentor coaching to participants

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Supervision or Peer Consultation: An Op-Ed Blog

Supervision or Peer Consultation: An Op-Ed Blog

Patrick Williams October 23, 2015 0

This whole idea of supervision is misguided. Who supervises the supervisors? Is this just another monetized certification

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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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Online Coaching: The Next Step in Technology and Client Service

Online Coaching: The Next Step in Technology and Client Service

Patrick Williams March 4, 2015 0

As the ways in which we can communicate online become more common and available, so do the ways in which we can offer our services to and connect with our clients

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The Roots and Emergence of Coaching

The Roots and Emergence of Coaching

Vikki Brock October 27, 2011 0

The author provides the most authoritative account to date regarding the history of professional coaching

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The Challenges Facing Contemporary Professional Coaches and Their Clients

The Challenges Facing Contemporary Professional Coaches and Their Clients

William Bergquist September 22, 2011 0

Serving as an organizational coach, I met over lunch recently with a client who has just moved into a position of leadership in his high tech corporation. Robert is now Vice President of Human

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Collaborating for Survival and Success: Organizational Coaching Strategies to Meet Unique Opportunities and Challenges

Collaborating for Survival and Success: Organizational Coaching Strategies to Meet Unique Opportunities and Challenges

William Bergquist September 15, 2011 0

Organizational boundaries as we knew them in the 20th Century are becoming sources of “troubling ambiguity.” Boundaries that once steadfastly defined economies, societies, industries, companies, and employees are being redrawn, reconceived and redesigned

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