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Diane Parker, Editor
About Coaching Today
Straddling the interface between counselling and coaching, Coaching Today provides a platform for education, debate and sharing of best practice for those working in the diverse field of coaching, from private practitioners to line managers, peers, mentors, trainers and educators.
Coaching Today is published in January, April, July and October.
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Love for the planet: our contract with the world and the crisis of leadership
Open article: What relevance does coaching have to the current crises on our planet? Erik de Haan argues that, as coaches, we have a unique role to play in providing space for reflection on these crises and what we can do about them. Coaching Today, January 2022
Work, what is it good for?
Open article: Phil Renshaw and Jenny Robinson demonstrate how coaches can help reframe critical leadership issues amplified by the pandemic. Coaching Today, October 2021
Making the leap
Open article: How do working women experience the transition from being a stay-at-home mother to paid employee? Kathy Cotter shares the outcomes of her research and looks at the implications for coaching today. Coaching Today, July 2021