The balance of moderation by John Bittleston

As Presidents Xi and Trump step back from the brink of a massive trade war, we heave a sigh of relief that, for the time being at least, our worst fears are halted, maybe even reversed. How do the two sides come out of the abating conflict?

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The Client-Coach “Winning” Journey by Aubrey Rebello

For clients who have had the opportunity to experience executive coaching, these dedicated one-on-one programs are now considered to be one of the most important developmental inputs for CEOs, Business Heads and Senior Executives in South East Asia. 

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Helping Conversations: The White Knight of Coaching by Jon Dunsmore

Human beings are social animals.

As such, we crave feeling supported, valued and connected to a solid support system.

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We can prevent Sexual Harassment at work. And we should. My “Me Too” story… by Maria Biquet

In the last few months there has been a tremendous worldwide movement revealing the problem of sexual harassment in the workplace. The “Me too” movement was in the news, in social media, in newspapers,

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Artistry and Aesthetics: What Tai Chi Chuan is teaching me about the adult learning gaps in coaching by Simon Darnton

I have been playing Tai Chi Chuan for over 15 years. I've also been teaching, or should I say coaching(?) Tai Chi for a couple of years having completed a 3-year Chen-style Tai Chi teacher qualification.

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When ego gets in the way of a good coaching conversation by Petra Macdougald

Recently I conducted a video conference session with an overseas client. This client is a senior executive and we have had previously three very fruitful sessions face to face. While I do conduct a fair number of coaching sessions via

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Working from a place of unknowing versus knowing by Doug Montgomery & Gary Armstrong

As human beings we are amazing meaning making machines; we strive to know and to understand what is going on and we gather evidence that supports our view of the world.  We try to make sense of the complexities and chaos

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Supervision is the collective learnings shared amongst peers by Simon Dennis

Given the nature of coaching, and its close links and historical alignment to therapy, I can understand why the need for supervision became a hot topic. In the early days it was very simple just to build on the model,

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Reflection of self through coaching by Patrick Ng (guest)

In coaching, we make use of a lot of entry points. We're listening, asking questioning, finding and engaging with passions,

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