Posts in coaching market
如何提高導師水平的9.5個重要方法 - 由侯婉琳提供

‘’the good coach” 吸引了其他志同道合的導師(無論全職/兼職/隨意),他們期望得益於超越目前的市場狀態。我們參加了小組討論。我們與同行,博客和tgc讀者聯繫,

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Working as a Consultant Coach can speed up results! By Maria Biquet

Most of us are fed up with instructions, ready-made solutions and all the literature about “the X steps to success” that somebody else has tried (or just imagined) and presents them to us all as the Guru in the matter of self- development and success in life and business.

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Strategy for a Gig economy by John Bittleston (guest)

Before we examine the way larger companies approach strategy we’ll look at the apparently not so well understood gig economy. They call themselves consultants, advisors, experts, mentors, coaches, trainers, financial consultants, psychologists, therapists, insurance advisers and many other things. I am one of them. A small 

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What is this rhythm thing and what does it have to do with coaching? By Simon Darnton

In my first piece about rhythm being an untapped dimension in coaching and one that, for me, was born out of a domain full of speed and risk, it follows that what I do in coaching has to do with rhythm. I help my clients to find better rhythms, of course, but what about me?

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Over 70% of tgc readers were either ‘worried’ or ‘sad’ following “Brexit means Brexit”
How Coaching is becoming an essential basis for much bigger scale interventions by Sue Young
When training is better done using a Coaching Approach: A practical example of how to use a coaching approach when people still call it training by R. Ramamurthy Krishna (Guest)
What might you do when a client asks for you - but not your “coach” title or jargon words? by Toy Odiakosa (guest)
Fresh thinking, and even honesty, is needed about professionalism in Coaching by Jeremy Ridge