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One step at a time: coaching for social change
Open article: Carolyn Mumby explores the role that coaching has to play in changing our world for the better. Coaching Today, October 2020
Recovery: coaching in the aftermath of COVID-19
Open article: As we continue to experience the changes wrought by the coronavirus pandemic, Jenny Rogers and Julia Vaughan-Smith offer advice and guidance for coaches on how to look after ourselves as well as our clients throughout the crisis. Coaching Today, July 2020
Leader as coach - coach as teacher
Open article: Should we be sharing our coaching skills with our clients? Phil Renshaw and Jenny Robinson propose that leadership coaches today must face up to a new challenge. Coaching Today, April 2020